- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... hands on. Oscar and I enjoyed trying to spot the camouflaged creatures spread around the rest of the place – my favourite being the ‘walking stick’ insects.
After the bug museum, we wandered around Santa Fe, looking at yoga, jewellery and art and feeding the children ice-cream and pizza whenever they complained. We were tempted into buying a small picture of aspen trees, set on ...
... largest existing multistoried pueblo structure in the US and one of the best surviving examples of traditional adobe construction. It was built around 1450 and continuously inhabited ever since. The buildings have not changed much since they were constructed. Only doors have been added (in the past the entrance was from the roof via ladders which could be pulled up if need be) and still no running water or electricity. The ovens to make food outdoors and the only maintenance the ...
... the carpenter was St. Joseph.
The story has been told through a 1998 movie, The Staircase with Barbara Hersey, Dianne Ladd, and William Petersen. And, here is a link you might be interested in. http://www.lorettochapel.com/history.ht ml
As for the chapel, it is beautiful with its Stations of the Cross sculptures. Very spiritual experience. And, the staircase is just amazing. If ever in Santa Fe, ...
... one of the oldest and most beautiful cities and will be our base for the next two days.
We stayed at the Sage Inn in Santa Fe which has a free shuttle to the Old Town Santa Fe, so we couldn't wait to jump on and get there for a spot of shopping in the historic town square and mission.
On check in, we were asked if we were riding with the "Peter Pan Riders" - a bunch of German's - who would admit to being part ...
... to change for dinner at Amaya to hear Ronald Roybal perform.
Dinner at Amaya while listening to Ronald Roybal at the Santa Fe Hotel was a real treat. The food was excellent and he is very talented and his music is beautiful. It is too bad the hotel's lounge is in such a noisy area (review here: http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserRevi ews-g60958-d509601-r170465483-Amaya_Res ...