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Sep 29, 2005 - Santa Fe, NM

I am going to stop checking Weather.com for the forecast. What they said would be a 30% possibility of scattered showers was actually a monsoon. I realize that New Mexico does not get monsoons, but today seemed pretty darn close. What a bummer...I was so excited to get here and be able to explore. I made it down the main road into town, although the ride was slow due to lots of standing water in the streets. I trudged around the historic area of Santa Fe with an umbrella and took refuge in various churches and stores when the rain got too...

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Jul 2, 2005 - Santa Fe House

We are now in our house in Santa Fe and we are unpacked and pretty much set up. What we love about Santa Fe so far--the weather (sunny every day with an occasional thunderstorm which rolls through and then the sun shines again); the skies (always changing, interesting cloud formations); the food (restaurants are numerous and the food is excellent from the sausage-in-a-tortilla carts on the streets to the Coyote Cafe and all the those in-between); the museums and galleries; all the music and cultural events which which are many especially...

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Apr 25, 2005 - Santa Fe, NM

Not to disappoint all of you who love this town, but Santa Fe - well, just isn't for us. While we loved our Casita, the food and the general friendliness/laid-back nature here, we really kept wondering if we missed something in our guidebook! It just didn't click. That said - we have a few items to report. We went to the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum which was somewhat disappointing (small, no famous pieces) but nonetheless a highlight - followed up by a terrific lunch at a local place that our innkeeper recommended. While we appreciate...

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Michelle & Jenn

Apr 24, 2005 - Flagstaff, AZ to Santa Fe, NM

Factoids: We've traveled 3,041 miles so far! High price for gas: $2.71, low price, $2.25 Yes, we're playing the license plate game - we're 27/50 so far! Longest drive so far in a day: 481 miles Today we headed from Flagstaff, AZ to Santa Fe, NM, after spending the morning at the combined Sunset Crater Volcano/Wupatki National Monuments. The first part featured a very interesting lava flow walk were we saw the remnants of Sunset Crater's eruption 1000 years ago. The second part of the park had several sets of ancient Indian ruins, which were...

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Michelle & Jenn

May 23, 2004 - Sante Fe and Taos - Another beautiful day in Paradise

We started early again and after a ok breakfast at the Villege Inn In Albuquerque, we went to 8:30 Mass at an Historic Church in Old Town. It was georgeous and we did get a bulletin for Madeline. Unfortunately the mass was in Spanish but they actually introduced all of the out of towners at the end of mass. Great place. From mass we left for Sante Fe. Toured the city and it was beautiful. There were a lot of arts and crafts shops and trendy restaurants. We drove around the town and took some pictures. From Sante Fe we went to Taos....

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