King's Rest Court

Address: 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 Gray Line Tours.
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    Mishappenings

    A travel blog entry by zaileia on Mar 11, 2015

    7 photos

    ... pegs without glue or nails.

    The history of the Loretto Chapel began when Bishop Jean Baptisite Lamy was appointed by the Church to the New Mexico Territory in 1850. Bishop Lamy, seeking to spread the faith and bring an educational system to this new territory, began a letter writing plea for priests, brothers and nuns to preach and teach. In one of his letters he is said to have written, "I have 6000 Catholics and 300 Americans." The first acceptance of his ...

    Volunteering with WildEarth Guardians

    A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Oct 06, 2014

    7 photos

    ... We often times bring our lunch with us and eat out in the wonderful courtyard. This time we have been helping with office work, getting mail outs ready for delivery and other things like that.

    The more fun volunteer work is when we go and take down fences or plant trees. Hopefully there will be some more opportunities for this in the future.
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    Pueblo's and hot air balloons.

    A travel blog entry by cam.p.h.white on Jul 26, 2014

    1 photo

    The next day was just a acclimatisation day. We were transported from the Albuquerque SHQ to the local Native American Pueblo at Santa Ana. Their feast day was being held, celebrating their Patron Saint Anne (a Saint given to them by the Spanish colonialists). Unfortunately, because this feast day was a religious ceremony for these people, pictures and videos were not allowed so I will have to describe it.

    As we entered the ...

    It’s Now a Two Million Dollar Highway!

    A travel blog entry by garylesser on Jun 04, 2014

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... the largest in the U.S. *** Espanola translates in Spanish to "someone or something from Spain." Espanola was originally called "La Espanola," because of the large presence of Spanish women in the area. We roll through Espanola, mostly unaware of its historic importance. Espanola was originally settled in 1598 by the Spanish, in what was the first permanent European colony in North America. But the area’s more recent history is what really ...

    Petrified forest and painted desert

    A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Dec 19, 2013

    ... into the Painted Desert. Before then we stopped and looked at petroglyphs dating from AD 1250 and 1400 . The Puebloan people inhabited this area at that time and we saw of the ruins dated back to that time too. Finally we visited the Painted Desert Inn which once served as a respite for travellers along historic Route 66. The inn has been preserved and is now a historical protected monument. Interesting building with well preserved murals inside. Photographed deers too. A small ...