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Best hotel and dining value all in one!

I have been visiting and heading tours to Santa Fe for 57 years, camping at Black Canyon and staying in the best of the best hotels. Inn of the Governors, just two blocks from the...more

user review | Eating: Café Pasqual's, Santa Fe

Great Breakfast Restaurant

Even the oatmeal is good.   more

user review | Eating: Café Pasqual's, Santa Fe

Great Breakfast Restaurant

Even the oatmeal is outstanding.   more

user review | See + Do: Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe

Help enjoy your visit to the O'Keeffe Museum

Particularly for first time visitors itís a good idea to visit the museum website to learn about the current exhibition. Also, it will alert you to the two-week period between...more

user review | Shop: Seret & Sons, Santa Fe

I agree, they over charge

My Sister-in-Law was recently tempted to purchase a rug and Tibetan antiques from Seret and Sons. Because I worked at Butterfield's while attending Berkeley, she asked for my...more

Railrunner to Santa Fe

We took the Railrunner to Santa Fe to view the new New Mexico History Museum right off the Plaza. Wonderful to not have to park! The bus/shuttle picked us up at the train depot and took...more

user review | Hotel: Inn of the Anasazi, Santa Fe

how can this be a Rosewood?!

Unless you really, really need/want to be in town, I cannot recommend this hotel, especially if you're looking for a 4-5 star experience. The Anaszi is 3 star all the way. ...more

Getting Married in Santa Fe

Has anyone on this site gotten married at Loretto Chapel? I've enjoyed concerts there -- great acoustics -- and of course the interior is truly beautiful. I know they offer wedding...more

Quick guided tour of Santa Fe

Great way to get oriented quickly -- take the Loretto Line Tours trackless trolley (open air, but covered) near the Inn of Loretto and Loretto Chapel. Knowledgeable, entertaining...more

user review | See + Do: Santa Fe Opera, Santa Fe

Opera, Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company & The Markets

There are a lot of great things to do and see in Santa Fe. Even though the opera gets most of the publicity, there are many other events that are equally exciting. For example, the...more

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