Holiday Inn Express
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... it, she dropped us off the headed back to camp. Meanwhile the rest of us stumbled upon a salsa in the park party and joined for a while before heading to Tamasitas for some tex mex. Luckily i ordered well and it wasn't too spicey. We washed our food down with a couple jugs of sangria then carried on our chatter at camp. Poor Clara was still suffering and later that even noël, yongi and jack were also ill! Fingers crossed it doesn't catch any ...
... So if you aren’t already, take the blog with a grain of salt - these experiences are relayed to you one on top of another, exactly as we are taking them in. Continuing on...
We stopped for a late lunch at The Shed, which serves up traditional New Mexican cuisine and has been family run for over 50 years. We got our fix of enchiladas, tacos, pork, chips and salsa, and ridiculous amounts of green chile (for me) and Christmas style (red and green ...
Lessons learned today:
1) Santa Fe was well worth the extra driving to add it into our travel loop.
2) Just because a restaurant gets a few good reviews doesn't mean it will be a good experience for every diner.
3) A lot of restaurants close between lunch and dinner so eating a late lunch is not a good idea!
4) It is far easier to stay within walking distance ...
... Our elevation varied between 6000 and 7000 feet. We noted that the highest mountains in North Carolina are just over 6000 feet. We’re pretty high up and we know it when we walk too fast.
We arrived at the Santa Fe Skies RV Park. It’s on a mesa and advertises a 360˚ view. Yes, that’s right. We can see Santa Fe and the surrounding mountains, but if we look ...
... many of his works are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. He was an advocate for “architecture of place” and saw his work as a new way of using age-old building methods in a hot, arid climate. “If it’s functional, it’s modern,” he said.
Another name that popped up in my research was that of Carlos Vierra (1876-1937), an artist of Portuguese descent. He and Meem met when both were recovering from tuberculosis ...