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... pueblo Indians. Many of their descendants are still there today. We stopped for a late lunch at Rancho del Chimayo. This is a great Mexican restaurant open since 1965. It is in the hacienda of the current owners grandparents who emigrated from Mexico City. Some of the best Mexican food we've ever had and free sopapillas. $26 lunch for 2.
We we then visited the Santuario ...
... a groovy Hanukkah celebration complete with music, dancing, and dogs aplenty for the kids to pet and ogle.
Our day was capped off by a visit to a Sante Fe Children's Museum event under the stars, with bonfires, a latin band, a drum circle, marshmallow toasting, and general uninhibited running around. Jonathan joined in the drumming, and Alyssa even had a go at making music in between racing about. A perfect end to day 2.
Santa Fe, one of the oldest and "most beautiful cities" in America. The style of building here is called "adobe" and reminded us of the Santa Fe hotel at Disneyland Paris! We had a bit of time to explore on arrival and enjoyed seeing the city. It's in New Mexico so a lot of Mexican people and restaurants. We ate at one for tea and my enchiladas almost blew my head off!! I ...
... it certainly was a little bracing initially but we soon got over that and revelled in the cool, luxurious waters.
After drying off we drove down the main street of Santa Rosa and came across the Route 66 Auto Museum. As we were taking some photos outside, a couple drove up in the most beautifully restored Cadillac car and parked right next to us. We got chatting to them and discovered that they were actually the owners of the Museum and the husband was ...
Up very early this morning to watch the sunrise over monument valley which was just amazing, before a bite to eat for breakfast. We headed back to the van and began our lengthy drive to Santa fe. We drove for roughly 4 hours then stopped at Walmart for a shop and then lunch. We arrived in sante fe around 5 pm which was just enough time to set up camp and shower before we were supposed to all go out for dinner. However illness struck and Clara ...