Santa Fe Plaza Travelodge
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... fun night hike to some hot springs that involved wading across the Gila River a few times. I spent a night in Santa Fe, but didn't get to do a whole lot there. Next was El Malpais and El Morro National Monuments. I spent a panicky afternoon recovering my phone after I lost it wandering the wilderness area near the ...
... entered this recipe in the pie contest at the New Mexico State Fair and won first place! Will arrange to have them made when we head for Texas to share with family.
Helped break things down after the gala and then caught the bus back to the Launchpad where we watched the music and antics of the people inside from the bar. Back to the hostel and left on the morning train.
... waitresses from the Mid Point Café next door. She loves Australians and she talked to us for ages about all the history of Route 66 and she has lived in Adrian for over 35 years.
Rode into Amarillo after visiting the Cadillac Ranch which is just outside of town. We managed to book rooms in The Big Texan Motel.
More on this in an hour or so, as we're off to dinner in ...
In the morning we left the Motel 6 at Santa Fe after
looking up a few things on the Wi-Fi. We
then headed into Downtown Santa Fe for a look around. The parking lot was a bit tight for our big American
4x4s but it was not too far to walk to the centre from here. Many of the buildings looked in an old style
some of them were newer but made out to be old. ...
... shade with a Corona. We barely ate half before feeling full so we took boxes home for later. We had a nosey round some shops where Vicki bought another wooden rabbit, I bought some earrings and we went in the sweat shop and got some treats for people at home. Storm clouds rolled in and it started to rain with thunder and lightening so we got a taxi back. We chilled out waiting for the rain to stop before venturing down the road. We ...