King's Rest Court
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- Free parking
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... I our camp food. Their house is really unique and beautiful. Now I understand where Marshall gets his creativity..his parents built that house. We enjoyed a good nights sleep! Their 3 laid back cats were nice too. It was sad to leave that beautiful adobe place with their views of different mountain ranges out of different windows.... We left fairly early to head to Ojo ...
... around looking at shops without being able to buy anything . Pretty and unusual looking place. Classy shops and all well maintained and nicely decorated for christmas, It got cold though and it was only one thing to do; find a bar of some sort. Good recommendation from LP, a 300 year old adobe used as a bar on one side and a restaurant on the other. Very atmospheric in terms of clientele and decorations. Happy hour a good thing too and we drank Classic Marguerites for $4 a glass with a ...
... one of the oldest and most beautiful cities and will be our base for the next two days.
We stayed at the Sage Inn in Santa Fe which has a free shuttle to the Old Town Santa Fe, so we couldn't wait to jump on and get there for a spot of shopping in the historic town square and mission.
On check in, we were asked if we were riding with the "Peter Pan Riders" - a bunch of German's - who would admit to being part ...
... is outside I will go and fetch it'. Alas, we done a runner before anybody realised. This was probably the best story I can make out of Santa Fe, it really was small and the shops were cheap Native American souvenir shops, selling the standard postcards and John Wayne mugs. Having said that, it was a good experience to see how people live there and wondering what they do all day in such a humid, small place. Next stop Monument ...
... for wildlife encounters is beyond me. Then in New Mexico with roads that are nearly freeways the speed limit dropped to 55 MPH. Go figure.
Rain and falling temperatures ushered us into Santa Fe. By the time we arrived we were starving and asked a guy on the street for a recommendation for a restaurant. I did a quick check on Trip Advisor for the place he recommended and it looked like ...