Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
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... and enjoyed the beautiful day and the lovely sculptures in the gardens. Had a nice meal in the Museum cafeteria and then went to the Museum of the American Indian (?) not sure have name correctly. Bargain day for seniors who are residents of Santa Fe, they get in free! Very interesting museum and we really enjoyed ourselves.
Back to our place and rested up before we headed out for New Years Eve. Ended up at ...
... takes you up what is now US84 to Las Vegas (not the Nevada casino city) then swings back down and west onto Santa Fe. We drove through Santa Fe to get to our hotel but will go back into the city in the morning as it is quite different from any other city we have seen on the trip so far. We made good time today arriving at the hotel just after 3.00pm, although we did gain an hour due crossing a time zone.
... Size KitKat. Stopped in Gullop for a beer at El Rancho an old prosperous hotel and looked around the town, a town right on the border on north-east of New Mexico. Carried on to Albuquerque where we did a whistle stop tour of the Breaking Bad locations including: Los Pollos Hermanos- a down and out fast-food restaurant A1 Car Wash- otherwise known as Octopus Wash Walter White's House- a ...
Odometer 1640.2 We drove the short 3 hour trip from Tucumcari to Santa Fe. The drive was generally pretty good, the prairies gave way to what we always think of as New Mexico terrain. Very dry, almost desert, with some prairie regions, but a lot of rolling hills....cowboy country. We stayed pretty dry with only a couple of showers, but all around us to the north (and east) were big ...
... near the Shed restaurant where we had dinner a few days ago. So on checking, Amr and I discovered that there is a true 107 and 109 E Palace st, though we have not yet found the plaque, which on googling, I have realised is very hard to find in the back of a shop there.....but the other plaque we found the other day is totally false....put up by someone who wanted to make their building seem historic...am amazed that no one has objected and insisted it be ...