Santa Fe – returning to Denver

I know that this post is long overdue, but honestly, nothing too exciting happened on our last day in Santa Fe. We ate breakfast at a great place called Tortilla Flats; Tony had the chorizo omelet, and Louisa had the huevos rancheros with Christmas chili (both red and green). The food was excellent and spicy….

Santa Fe – Day 2

Santa Fe, day 2, started out with BBQ at a local place near our hotel, Whole Hog Cafe. While the food was good, our favorite place is still Brother’s BBQ here in Denver. After a good lunch, we drove down to Albuquerque to see Petroglyph National Monument. There isn’t actually one main area of the…

Santa Fe – Friday afternoon

Friday afternoon we decided to drive the hour to Bandelier National Monument. Along the way we passed several parts of Los Alamos National Laboratories; definitely interesting. Once we got to Bandelier we took a short hike to the cliff wall where several long houses were built into and in front of the cliff. There are…

Santa Fe: Day 1

Well, this past weekend we ventured to Santa Fe, NM, land of high desert, mountains, and amazing green chile. On Thursday we stopped at Tokyo Joe’s for a fortifying dinner, and then headed down I-25 south. The traffic was blessedly light, especially for rush hour, and we made great time. After a good night’s rest,…

First Snow and Roadtrips

Yep, we finally got our first snow in the city yesterday. Nothing like the snow that Buffalo received, but still pretty exciting around here. I’ve also posted 3 new galleries from the road trips that have been taken over the past couple weeks. You can check them out here: Red Rocks (10/15/2006) Mesa Verde National…