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Travel Blogs from Santa Fe
On the way from Carlsbad to Santa Fe, we called into Roswell - the town known for UFO's. We visited a little museum that was clearly established in the 70's - old displays that look like school assignments. And the town was clearly only surviving on the UFO interest - didn't have much else going for it. Once in Santa Fe we checked into the hotel and around 4:30pm we went into the main city. It was quite pretty ...
... that when New Mexico was made a state a law was passed in Santa Fe that all buildings in the city at that time must be pueblo style or territorial style and three stories or less (shorter than the cathedral,).
We’ve noticed that all of the buildings are the same style. The city looks like a pueblo village. It’s very unique with truly a different culture. There is a heavy Spanish influence and ...
Sorry to inform you that the name of the railroad about which a song was written did not go to Santa Fe, NM. It stopped in Lamy, NM and goods and people were carried by either buckboard in the old days or cars to Santa Fe. A few of the people ferried from this train station were working on the Manhattan Project and were taken to Lamy so that they would not be conspicuous if they got off the train in Albuquerque. They were picked up and driven to Los Alamos to work on the top secret ...
... On the grounds, as well, are the remains of a very large Catholic church, built by the Spanish missionaries with the help of some of the natives. There came a point, though, when the natives revolted against the Catholic missionaries, resulting in the burning of the church, and the exit of the Spanish missionaries.
Glorieta Battlefield Trail, Pecos, New Mexico is also served by the Pecos National Historical Park Visitors' Center, ...
From Carlsbad we stayed in New Mexico and headed to Santa Fe.
We were given time to explore the city during the day and eat out at a restaurant to taste some New Mexican food.
Firstly we walked around the area which was pretty nice and pretty different to what we had seen previously. We walked around a few gift shops and took in the atmosphere.
We then headed to a restaurant and we all had some New Mexican food which ...
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