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... shop, unsure what I was going to buy, but certain I was going to buy something! I enquired about some amber in the far cabinet and left the gallery with a 25 million year old chunk of Sumatran blue amber.
We chatted to the store owner as the shop assistant prepared the purchase and left the gallery with directions towards two more fossil shops. Disappointingly 'Dinosaur and More' was closed and the sign said they wouldn't reopen until 10:30am. While ...
... scene almost park like.
Once back on the main road we found our way to the small Spanish village of El Rito and then crossed the Rio Grande River in its gorge before climbing back up onto the plateau and driving into the town of Taos.
Apart from being a town on the OST it was also the home of Kit Carson so we had to check that out! Then we wandered the old plaza, which today is crowded with tourist shops.
Returned to a camp we had spied ...
... on the old square where the Navajo spread blankets to sell their jewelry dates back to 1758.
I also got to see the Loretto chapel with the miraculous staircase that was constructed without a single nail. I have wanted to see this work of art since I was a kid. Incredible.
If you like art galleries, this is your kind of town. You can spend weeks going to art galleries and museums.
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... examples of kits.
The second was New World Cuisine-The History of Chocolate, Mate Y Más. Exhibits showed different style of kitchens and ways of cooking. There were also exhibits about the discovery chocolate and how it was first a drink and then centuries later, a confection. Included were examples of chocolate pots, and cups. There was also a section about Mate which is a drink like tea, but made from the leaves and ...