Motel 6 Santa Fe
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Had all the basics,no frills,clean.Centrally located with easy access to surrrounding points of interest
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... work for sale. I couldn’t resist and bought a copper and brass bracelet. Then I wandered through the shops and in and out of the various courtyards that are tucked back in from the street.
I spied a boutique that was having a trunk sale and I couldn’t resist looking at the clothing and accessories on sale. First to greet me was a person that I can only say must have been an Elton John fan. I ...
Odometer 1640.2 We drove the short 3 hour trip from Tucumcari to Santa Fe. The drive was generally pretty good, the prairies gave way to what we always think of as New Mexico terrain. Very dry, almost desert, with some prairie regions, but a lot of rolling hills....cowboy country. We stayed pretty dry with only a couple of showers, but all around us to the north (and east) were big ...
... to a famous photographer and gallery owner Arthur Stieglitz 23 years her senior. Anyway interesting story and great art work even though her famous ones from New Mexico were not exhibited this time. Unfortunate for us. Had done a bit if shopping around the Plaza already so we left after this last museum and drove again, this time in full daylight, the Turquoise trail to Albuquerque. We drove through Cerrillos without getting out of the car but ...
... at sea level. Oh good! Wish someone would have told me that!
Anyway, at the restaurant, we were waiting about 30 minutes for a table and ended up talking with two ladies who were traveling to Sun City, Arizona from St. Paul, MN. Turns out that they went to Cooley HS in Detroit about the same time that Dick and I went to Mackenzie HS in Detroit. We even knew a few of the same people. Who would have thunk it!!! Well, the 4 of us ...
... our hotel, which was not a 'Bates' motel, this is what we found in the room:
Red chilis and rubber duckies. What a touch!
The focus of Santa Fe is its plaza, surrounded on three sides by commercial spaces (restaurants and shops) and on the fourth by the Palace of the Governors, the oldest extant ...