What do you get when you have a bus load of SME’s, technology people, education zealots and Certified Professionals and coop them up? You let them roam free in Santa Fe! One thing, you may notice that these photos are much better than previous photos.. reason being: I had to use my camera (which only works in well lit areas) because my iPhone was bricked when I woke up in the morning and it took me several hours to recover ;)
We started our day in Santa Fe with lunch at The Shed where we ate some of the most interesting and amazing food in our journey. And considering we are in New Mexico, the authenticity was not to be questioned!
We went on a walk around Santa Fe, the gnarly trees above were found in the Shed’s sitting area, but we carried out into the streets! Came across this cool Designs by Alex sign :)
We came across this weird and interesting mailbox… for some reason, it was worth taking a photo of… Infact, multiple photos, but that is neither here nor there :) After this point, we got on the road to Bandelier National Monument!
Welcome to Bandelier National Monument…! Be careful for Mountain Lions! Got an amazing shot of the bus here with that beautiful background! It was a cloudless sky, and a day filled with not a whole lot of wind (So, can I say hot? yea I think so :))
Another random shot of me (Look ma! no eyes!) That beautiful shot down below is of an ancient day office-block. This is where people went to work, as you can see those are open air cubicles for the people to work and attend to daily business. I think that’s actually a call center!
Yea, this is my classic dating photo, right? It shows how adventurous I am, and look I’m a property owner! I have a hole and a ladder to climb in to! Oh, and do not handle the bats!
This is one of the first flat screen televisions – It’s obviously Organic LED (OLED :))
Watch quietly as the MSLearning team treads softly into the dark.. softly.. softly…
It was a great day, beautiful sights, decent food! We finished with Dinner at Atomic Grill! On a side note, it appears that Atomic Grill supports Windows Live ID on their website – Wow, quite an updated Website and Restaurant! :)
To sum up dinner, it was a great dinner with a lot of variety. We were cared for by an amazing waitress who was working –every- table in the place, constantly on the run and she did a spectacular job! They had some amazing artwork on the inside and have a menu leaving you with options, options and options! After a quick rush back to the bus we proceeded on to Phoenix AZ where we are now as I publish this!