Travel Blogs from Santa Fe
... s Santa Fe - a local Tex-Mex restaurant for dinner. I have never seen so much Mexican food in my whole life!! Victoria and I shared some guacamole and a burrito which came with a sweet bread and honey butter - absolutely delicious!! We decided that everyone was far too tired to go out for a drink, so instead we drove back to the motel, watched TV and fell asleep! Lucy ...
... there were a few horses in the yards ... and a zebra! Cruised along the road, veering east as a group of pick-ups went passed. Short time later we crossed the Canon Largo creek bed and then entered Apache Reservation land and passed the Lindrith gas pumping station, sticking pretty close to the original Trail. Today there is a lot of infrastructure along the valley, all of it part of the San Juan Basin oil Field.
Picked up (Dirt Road) DR7, which parallels ...
... the grand canyon tomorrow. God showed us the most amazing thing while driving west on 40. we hit it just right so that we saw the sun set completly 6 times! once before i was driving on 40 near the tenn line and saw it set 4 times. my first real regret is that we were within 20 miles of where forrest fenn buried or hid 1 mil+ worth of treasure and i didnt remember it until we left. dang it! on a side note when you are hiking among mt lions and coyotes tote the ...
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The day dawned with Penny and Torquil sneezing and coughing, but so keen for action that 10.30 found us out of the house and eating a huge mexican breakfast at Tia Sophia. Penny and I ordered something whose real name has been long since forgotten, but christened by Wendy and Torquil as snot. Gotta admit it did have a similar look, but the taste was ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking