Travel Blogs from Santa Fe
... riding her bike in case she needed to ride for gas if we ran out on the highway. You don't need to guess what her response was.
We got to Durango about mid-afternoon, and found the campground without any problem. It lies along the Animas River, between the cliffs of two soaring walls of canyon wall that soar at least 1,000 feet! The canyon floor is at 6,800 feet in elevation!
We read several reviews of the campground where ...
... building, according to city code. The churches' reach is long, eh?
Many of the shops are art oriented, with an entire section nothing but galleries. We rode along Canyon Road early in the morning.
A lot of the sculptures were outdoors, such as Rock, paper, scissors.
The New Mexican cuisine ...
... br> We spent about half an hour looking around. There were some huge pieces of petrified wood that were polished and finished - one had a $24, 000 price tag! After we left Holbrook, we went east on Hwy 40, trying to find old remnants of Rte 66. We found the towns of Chambers and Sanders and found some of the old hotels and businesses. It was interesting to try to find ...
Received bad news this morning (I don't want to talk about it), so needed a recovery. We walked into the square for breakfast, then wandered over to the church. The churchyard was full of plaques describing the Catholic conquest of Santa Fe and the accomplishments of various civic leaders over the last 400 years. I was amused that their patroness is "La Conquistadora,Lady of Peace." Sounds like a contradiction in terms. We were able to view the interior of ...
... returned. Here's a bit from Wikipedia:
In 1610, Pedro de Peralta, the newly appointed governor of the Spanish territory covering most of the American Southwest, began construction on the Palace of the Governors, although recent historical research has suggested that construction began in 1618. In ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking