Tranquilla Inn

Address: 4044 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 4044 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, is near Museum of Fine Arts, Rodeo de Santa Fe, Rockin' Rollers Event Arena, and Arroyo de los Chamisos Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Fe

So let the packing begin !!

A travel blog entry by ricknkandee on Dec 23, 2014

... to Hopkins Belize (it has wifi great for a 8 hr trip with the kids). The cost of the van for 6 people the dog and cat plus a lot of luggage was only $600 and the staff has been so helpful. When we arrive in Hopkins we will be staying 7 nights at the Lebeha Cabanas run by Dorothy Pettersen in the Cabana DelMar for only $490 US. Once we get their we will venture out and start looking for a long term rental.
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Santa banter

A travel blog entry by danandlawontour on Jul 29, 2014

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Santa Fe, one of the oldest and "most beautiful cities" in America. The style of building here is called "adobe" and reminded us of the Santa Fe hotel at Disneyland Paris! We had a bit of time to explore on arrival and enjoyed seeing the city. It's in New Mexico so a lot of Mexican people and restaurants. We ate at one for tea and my enchiladas almost blew my head off!! I ...

The Old Spanish Trail to Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 06, 2014

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Since leaving Moab, and before actually, we've been following what was once the Old Spanish Trail (OST) that linked the important Spanish and then Mexican capital of Santa Fe with the Californian outpost of Los Angeles, then not much more than a ranch, a church and a few government buildings.

We had stopped at Kane Springs now a rest area on the main road south of Moab but once an important stop on the OST. From there we had pushed on crossing the La ...

A Little Bit of Wisco at Wally World

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Mar 09, 2014

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... the same paths that were created years and years ago by the Pueblo people. There we saw more petroglyphs before heading back into Santa Fe for the evening at Wally. I am not a history buff by any means (and quite frankly find it boring at times) but nothing about these ruins is boring! It is hard to fathom living in them and living off of the land in these wide open canyons. I loved the experience (despite the incredibly annoying family with five children ...

Petrified forest and painted desert

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Dec 19, 2013

... 16 animals. All very cute but unfortunately i cant remember the name of this particular specie. Petrol and souvenir shopping before we left this fantastic site and drove first to Gallup, the biggest indian settlement where we had a picnic lunch and a cinnamon bun again not as good as a Swedish one before driving to Santa Fe via the scenic Turquoise Trail. Unfortunately the sun had set by this time so we could just imagine how scenic it would have been! Motel hunting took a long ...