Santa Fe New Mexico at Christmas: Real charm awaits you

Santa Fe in Spanish means “holy faith,” and so it is fitting that Santa Fe is a true Christmas destination. Santa Fe, at Christmas, has all the magic, the lights and the joy that one unfamiliar with New Mexico would look for at a theme park, or commercial Christmas display. But Santa Fe is real. The Christmas celebrations are rooted in faith, history and culture. What you will experience in Santa Fe at Christmas is beautiful, authentic and spiritual. Here are some tips on how to enjoy Christmas in Santa Fe.

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Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Organic Farm: Albuquerque New Mexico find

As you drive up the treed allée, you know you’re going back in time. The Pueblo Revival home that greets you feels like an expansive Mexican hacienda. You’ve arrived at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Organic Farm, a luxurious small inn offering a quiet elegant retreat to its guests. You’ll feel like you’re staying at a country estate in a by-gone era and you are. Yes, you are not far from Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Northern New Mexico: High Road to Taos Art Tour

Just north of Santa Fe, New Mexico lies a land of mountain villages dotted with art studios. The quality of the art you will find in these beautiful little villages is beyond expectations. I find it amazing that you will encounter world-class art in such natural scenery. Not only will you enjoy art and scenery, you’ll find yourself in the midst of New Mexico history.

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Traveling with your dog to Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe has gone to the dogs. It is one of the most “doggy” towns I have ever been to. There are dog parks, permissive outdoor cafes where dogs can join their people for a gourmet meal, and specialty dog shops. This is one place you’ll want to bring your well-behaved pooch.

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Strolling Canyon Road in Santa Fe – Gallery openings

One of the main things visitors want to see when they are in Santa Fe is Canyon Road. Lined with galleries and quaint adobe homes, Canyon Road is a major draw. You can find high end art, decorator items for your home and even stop in a quaint cafe for a cup of coffee.

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Museum hopping in Santa Fe – Passes to save you money

Save money on Santa Fe museums with museum passes.Whether you are downtown, in the historic district, or headed for Museum Hill, you’ll need to schedule at least a day or two to enjoy some of Santa Fe, New Mexico’s fabulous Museums.

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