Ohkay Casino Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ohkay Casino Resort San Juan Pueblo
Travel Blogs from San Juan Pueblo
... where Georgia O'Keefe lived and painted. It has beautiful red rock vistas more massive than in Sedona. We met three women there, one from Toronto, who were out here to paint. We arrived in Santa Fe at 1:15 and were able to check into our condo . We are on the third floor of a condo building and thank goodness it has an elevator. We are very pleased with our accomodation, clean, cosy, very well stocked, and close to the Plaza and ...
... ranges and very close to downtown Santa Fe. Yesterday we spent the day downtown touristing -- unfortunately, there are way too many things to see and do so we had to pick just a few. We visited the New Mexico State Capitol, designed in the shape of the state's official emblem, the Zia sun symbol, and were able to go in both the Senate and House chambers. We then visited the New Mexico History Museum -- an excellent museum with exhibits focusing ...
... summer here supposedly, the weather (to quote my brother in law Frank) has been ***** and we reckoned these wee boys were going to freeze. But you know how tough little boys can be.
So we went along with them down to the local pool where they had a ton of fun playing with their remote control boat and snorkelling. Mind you once they got above the water line their teeth were fairly chattering and for Peak ...
Sunday Jan 6th
Still in Moab, I was sick with a cold and stayed in bed all day. Tom went for a hike and a bike ride so he was happy.
Monday Jan 7th
We started heading for Santa Fe, New Mexico. Along the way we stopped at Mesa Verde and enjoyed walking around and looking at all of the old pueblos that were made many many years ago. They built their homes in the sides of the rock cliffs, and they would walk up to ...
... from our lunch spot at the Cruces Basin Overlook, and some great riding over rocky two track, but could tomorrow be easier please? In other news, Nadine just wanted to mention that Matt has constructed a brilliant fix for his pannier rack, threading para cord through the holes left by the ripped out screws and tying this off, before adding a climbing anchor style support fashioned from para cord and karabiner (see photos for illustration of engineering prowess). As ...