Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe
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... we sloped off to do a small bar crawl home. At the base of the pub we saw a crowd of people gathering round and so we wandered over and watched a 4-piece female mariachi band (who were great!) performing with gusto to a growing audience. Music is clearly a very integral part of the Santa Fe lifestyle.
We left with their tunes ringing in ears and stumbled across a bar called Evangelo’s en route home. We decided to head inside to check out the ...
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... one restaurant, then to have down time with iPad!!! We all met and had a drink at a local saloon, then later went to El Farol - the oldest restaurant in Santa Fe, and which also has live music. It is spanish food, excellent , we all shared many tapas plates, and the music started at 8.30 - ish !! And it was lots of fun and vibe. By that time it was packed and people were dancing and the music was good. We will probably return for our last night on ...
... leading the car and driving 5 hours to Kodachrome Basin State Park. Another beautiful area and a comfortable campground, with interesting trails throughout. A bonus was the reopening of the Utah National Parks in time for us to make a quick side trip to Bryce. We enjoyed our time there, though it became increasingly apparent that our interest in camping was finally beginning to wane! We were all starting to ...
... br> Then it was shop,shop,shop. Tops, scarves, shirts, tshirts, shoes, accessories and jewellery were purchased as if there would be no tomorrow. All essentials. No extravagance. Sure!!!
Then we discovered some amazing OTC drugs, and after swallowing them we saw no more spluttering from our travelling companions - cold gone. I took one for good ...