Sandia Peak Inn Motel
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Daveandanna stayed here on Sep 26, 2013 during their trip titled: America.
Actually had a reasonable night's sleep last night; my crocodile skin has subsided a little and I was delighted to open my eyes and remember I was in Santa Fe. I love our room and wish we could stay here a bit longer - like almost every other place on this trip.
We shared a very companiable breakfast, which was assembled right in the …
Since we had previously been to Oak Ridge, Tennessee to see their City That Never Was, we also wanted to see Los Alamos, so we went there to see the Ranch School Museum and the Bradbury Science Museum. When the government was looking for a site to house a place for scientists to come together to develop the atom bomb, they chose a spot in New Mexico ...
... br> Pork Loin - with Coca-Cola BBQ Sauce
Citrus Turkey Breast - with Old Fashioned Turkey GravySides: Roasted Corn Medley, Vegetarian Baked Beans,
Peas & Carrots, Mashed Potatoes
"Radiator" Pasta Salad, Cole Slaw
The girls and I got turkey, mashed potatoes and corn and Greg got pork loin with pasta salad and cole slaw. Stephanie actually got two mashed potatoes for her sides but asked for one with turkey grave and one ...
... and more than 550 feet deep.
I thought the admission price ($16 a person) was a little steep but because this is a privately owned attraction, they can charge whatever price they want. We did enjoy the view of the crater and the museum associated with it was very good.
Continued on to Albuquerque for the night. Nothing more to report.
How has this motel rated in the past?
$78 for 3, nicely appointed rooms, friendly staff and use of a laundry right on Route 66. However, breakfast was meager and the promised internet just did not happen. I would stay here again though - perhaps I was just grumpy. Loved the Kokopellis....
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