Santa Fe Plaza Travelodge
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... for the shop to open we made our way round the corner to 'Earthfire Gems'.
The lady in Earthfire was very friendly, however I knew the real treasures were in Dinosaurs and More. We perused the cabinets and shelves for a while and then left to see if Dinosaurs and More had opened, sadly it hadn't. It was already 11am, why weren't they open, where were they!
We walked down the street and grabbed a coffee from Starbucks and I began to ...
... Rio Grande River - one of a number that dot the edge of the river but this one has good views of the stream - GPS 36°17'49.4"N 105°46'24.7"W.
Next day we followed the river south to Santa Fe - the oldest capital in the USA founded in about 1610 - with the oldest building in the USA - the Palace of the Governors. The cathedral was built around the same time. The town was also the start Santa Fe Trail (as well as the end of the OST), which once brought goods ...
Woke up at least twice last night worried the hotel room door was open and wondering how they had a bed just like mine in south america. Guess it will take me a bit to get used to being home!
On the road, serendipity is given space to ...
... a holly like plant. There was a whole culture around the making and drinking of mate along with elaborate mugs and cups.
The permanent exhibit was a collection of folk art, mostly small figurines from a variety of materials. Some were ceramic, wooden, clay, and other materials. It’s a very large collection and a bit overwhelming.
A dinner tonight was at Tomacita’s which was recommended to Jim by ...
... smashing as we took the corner.
We checked into the campground and then piled into one RV and headed about 8 miles down the road to a block of shops and ended up having dinner at a Chinese restaurant.
We gained an hour back today with New Mexico's time zone being one hour earlier than what we have been used to. Maybe an early night tonight!
Might have a bit of time for a look around Santa Fe tomorrow.