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Plan an Exciting Tour of Santa Fe’s Art Galleries

Santa Fe is a fantastic mecca of the art world. Did you know that more art is sold in Santa Fe than in any other city in the US, besides New York or Los Angeles? If you’re an admirer of art, Santa Fe is the perfect place to visit. But how do you view more Read More …

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5 Fun Indoor Winter Activities in Santa Fe NM

The area around Santa Fe has plenty of outdoor activities for people to immerse themselves. But if you prefer the indoors during the winter months, and being out in the elements is not on the top of your list of foremost desires, then take heart. The diversity and abundance of indoor activities in Santa Fe Read More …

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Winter Recreation in Santa Fe New Mexico

Santa Fe – A Winter Sports Haven Boasting an average of 300 sunny days a year and plenty of snow during the winter season, winter recreation in Santa Fe New Mexico is paradise. So whether you’re a novice or expert, downhill skier, snowboarder, or cross country skier, you’ll find plenty to do. You will discover Read More …

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5 Reasons to Stay in Santa Fe NM at Inn of the Turquoise Bear

If you’re planning to visit Santa Fe, your choice of accommodations will be one of the most important decisions you make. Santa Fe has plenty of hotels, motels and inns from which to choose, but Inn of the Turquoise Bear offers truly unique and luxurious lodging in Santa Fe, NM. Here are 5 reasons to Read More …

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Christmas Traditions in Santa Fe NM

This holiday season, come experience live concerts and the popular Farolito Walk. Here in Santa Fe, we are ready to put up the Farolitos (small paper lanterns) and light up the town as only Santa Fe can. This is a great time of year to also turn inward to celebrate some our favorite Christmas traditions Read More …

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Sweet and Flaky Bizcochito Recipe | A New Mexico Tradition

Did you know, New Mexico was the first state in the country to have an official state cookie? The Bizcochito, bestowed in 1989, actually dates back to when New Mexico was a Spanish Colony. This traditional recipe incorporates brandy, anise, orange and cinnamon, making them the perfect holiday treat. If travel restrictions limit your chances Read More …

View of Santa Fe's closest Alpine Lake. Nambe Lake.

Best Santa Fe Day Hikes

Physical Distancing the Way Mother Nature Intended!   Santa Fe is close to so many beautiful, diverse places to get outside, on your own and away from others!  Hiking in and around Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico offers many different types of experiences from alpine lakes or classic western movie set desert canyons to Read More …