Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe
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... old town Santa Fe, the architecture, the food, the shops and the people, were very pleasant. Too bad we had to keep moving on though, it would have been nice to stay and explore a bit longer. We ended up camping north of Santa Fe along the banks of the Rio Grand. It's a beautiful, peaceful campground off the beaten track called Rio Bravo. We had a quiet evening having dinner by the campfire, watching a beaver build a dam and then a bit of stargazing to cap off our ...
... to get ourselves sorted out. We went back to El Agave for dinner, and we're now safely tucked up in the motel room with the heater on at 7.30pm.
Santa Fe's advertising brochure says "more than 325 days of glorious sunshine a year" - oh well, I bet they need rain too! Santa Fe is 405 years old and is at an elevation of 7,000 feet. A blend of Native American, Spanish and Anglo cultures influences everything.
... was served in the dining hall there as the whole place is now a retreat and research centre for artists, geologists and paleontologists.
I’ve been experiencing my first taste of Mexican food. People on the street recommended “The Shed” for lunch and once again we lucked into a good scene. The man at the next table explained to us the difference between red and green chili by ...
... a lot into one day. This is something that has been a frequent issue on our trip - not enough time to do and see all we want to do and see. We also visited the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. It was built between 1869 and 1886 in the French Romanesque Revival Style. We had heard Canyon Road in Santa Fe and had to make a token visit even though we were out of time. ...
... with the Manhattan Project. Everyone that lived there had the same postal address and were sworn to secrecy. No pictures were allowed in the lab as there is still top secret research happening there.
After the lab, we were transported to the train station in order to get back to Albuquerque. Everybody said their farewells, and all offered to help us out if we ever visited the States again.
A lot of fun, now more fun in Albuquerque!