Motel 6 Santa Fe
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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 6 Santa Fe
Had all the basics,no frills,clean.Centrally located with easy access to surrrounding points of interest
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... shop where I ended up buying a scented spritzer as I figure it’s going to be super-hot in Phoenix and it might come in handy. Then we went to Kakawa, a chocolate house I discovered on google that morning. The chocolatiers re-create original MesoAmerican and Colonial chocolate recipes including chocolate elixirs, which are basically really rich hot chocolate drinks made with melted chocolate. Oh. My. God. So, so, good!! The staff there were lovely and let ...
6.30am alarm and cold shower started my day. Brekkie of a bagel and cuppa tea before on the road by 8.15am. 2 hour drive to our first stop, scenic view of cliffs and mountains surrounded the drive to Ghost Ranch. This stunning location was where we going have lunch. We had hour and half to wonder around, soak in the views and take some great photos. Finding our soul in the labyrinth and getting scared in then ghost house( by ...
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What a great day in Santa Fe! Weather was sunny and in the high 60's!
We headed downtown towards the Santa Fe Plaza and headed for the Loretto Chapel to see the miraculous staircase. In 1873, the Sisters of Loretto had a chapel built by Mexican carpenters. The bishop at the time, Bishop Lamy, was from France and wanted the chapel to be similar to his beloved Sainte Chapelle in Paris which was Gothic. And, ...