Super 8 Santa Fe
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On the road again ...then a bus and a plane.
Today we drive from Flagstaff to Albuquerque which doesn't have the poetic ring of Chicago to LA but continues to be Route 66. We stopped off in Winslow again only to find the Hell's Angels there to greet us... Nice boys, 'posing on the corner in Winslow Arizona'. Then on to Gallup for steaks …
... Santa Fe. We retraced our steps to the main highway, then headed south. Some of the terrain was super-dry sulphur fields, but after we crossed the continental divide, we suddenly encountered pine trees and snow. We arrived into Santa Fe well before dark but had lots of work-work to do. As we weren't too hungry, we went out just before 9pm to pick up some bread and cheese and breakfast supplies from the grocers. Worked till late.
... the centerpiece of this wonderful place for 400 years, to listen to a good guitarist entertain all those who cared to listen. Small white lights illuminated the Plaza's trees and a very gentle wind came and went, enhancing a perfectly comfortable night. All this after watching a terrific sunset from the steps of St. Francis. A Mid-Summer Night's Dream indeed!
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Santa Fe
Good location, decent room and breakfast was pretty nice, especially the hot waffles
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