Chapelle Street Casitas
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... must be fate as we went there on our last States trip and me mate Pete who suggested some of the places to stop comes from there. Turned out to be a good choice .After much time deliberating the rather posh menu we both choose- yes you guessed it - posh burgers ! They were incredibly nice so a really good choice. Then it was back to our room and our final fire with our last bottle of blue moon beer - went to bed rather full up !
For pictures of the route through First People's lands between Santa Fe and Page please see post in last blog http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-en tries/malonetravels2/20/1417966106/tpod .html
This post is a segue from the Santa Fe fall fun series to this series of pictures and stories. We left Santa Fe one fine ...
... from an Ankylosaur.
After leaving the store I walked around Santa Fe and dreamt about relocating, marry a kind hearted Midwest farmers' daughter, purchasing a big black American pick-up and opening a fossil shop in the historic plaza. Its true, Santa Fe is a city for dreamers!
We sat in the Plaza for a while and listened to a musician before min-afternoon thunder forced us back to our Ford faraday cage and on to the safety of the motel room.
... since 1610.
Further west the Pueblo de la Reina de los Angeles was not much more than a ranch, a church and plaza along with a few government buildings and homes. Still it was the largest Mexican community in the region.
Other trading expeditions quickly followed Antonio's lead and while they may have taken a slightly different path at times, together the route became known as the Old Spanish Trail.
In 1847 and '48 renown western ...
... it felt as though we were in a remote part of Spain. New Mexico was historically never meant to be a state and instead it was meant to be part of Arizona but the large volume of Spanish settlers opposed and eventually won. Santa Fe is a beautiful city - it's set in the mountains, has an incredible amount of culture and has a lot of native settlers (you can probably tell that I'm fascinated with natives after all they're the real ...