King's Rest Court

1452 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 1452 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, is near Chocolate Smith, Greer Garson Theater Center, Santa Fe Pro Musica, and Farrell Fischoff Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Fe

    Culture Days

    A travel blog entry by bookiemama on Jul 19, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... After a couple of hours at Bandelier, drove on to Los Alamos to the Bradbury Science Museum. Learned a lot about the Manhattan Project and the secret town that developed here, saw some of the buildings that were originally a boys ranch school but were comandeered for the scientists who came here. . . After Los Alamos we headed back to Tsankawi, an outlier section of Bandalier that is not staffed, we had it all to ourselves. Incredible great hike ...

    Sante Fe - A Shopping Mecca, Last Day of Fun

    A travel blog entry by juliediver on May 24, 2014

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... skies opened up. It was pretty much a downpour but we grabbed a couple of umbrella, headed to Sonic for some happy hour nourishment then hit plaza.

    Oh my, a mecca of shopping - tons of turquoise, Indian dolls, clothes, artwork.. more and more and more! It was a bit overwhelming and everything started to look the same! I was going to buy some jewelry but there was just too much to look at, we spent our ...

    Great day in Santa Fe!

    A travel blog entry by lovetotrek on Oct 08, 2013

    21 photos

    ... 360 degree turns, no supporting pole up the center, and no visible support. Some architects said that by the laws of gravity, the staircase should have collapsed whenever anyone stepped on it. It was used for almost 90 years. No nails, only wooden pegs. The wood has been analyzed and scientists cannot identify the wood. To this day, the carpenter, wood, and the structure are still a mystery. Some people ...

    Following the sun

    A travel blog entry by jenni-louise on Mar 31, 2013

    64 photos

    ... turn 75 on the 4th of June. He lived up in the mountains behind Santa Fe and told me about the birds and animals - especially coyotes (some of whom he was wearing?) - who visited him regularly. Doc took his hat off momentarily to show me that although his beard might be shot with grey his hair was still a rich brown, no dye, no fear. He had been born in Kenya and had lived in Santa Fe since arriving as a young man of 24. Doc had come to town in the hope that he ...

    Terrible Traffic, Torrents of Rain

    A travel blog entry by 9lives on Mar 08, 2013

    25 photos

    ... as it was pouring rain by then. After we'd done some laundry the skies had cleared sufficiently for us to explore the railyard/Guadalupe district known to be funky, fab and friendly. I managed to get a photo of the Sanctuario de Guadalupe built around 1776 and just a couple of blocks from our hotel. A 12 foot statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patron saint of New Mexico, stands on the grounds.

    We parked the car at the hotel and walked to dinner at ...