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An Insider's Santa Fe

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Photo: Buff Strickland

The country’s oldest state capital celebrates its 400th anniversary in 2009. Spend a day catching up on the city’s most compelling sights.

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Destinations: Santa Fe · Downtown/Plaza · East Side

Themes: Arts + Culture

Inspired by: 3 Southwestern Weekend Getaways — by Katie Arnold, Published Jun. 2009

Hotels (1)

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    La Fonda on the Plaza

    Built in 1922, this landmark Santa Fe hotel has wood vigas (beams), kiva fireplaces, and polished tile floors. The rooftop Bell Tower Bar is the pl

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    Tesuque Village Market

    Part roadhouse, part specialty grocer, the market is located just north of the center, in the neighborhood of Tesuque. Refuel with an oven-fired pi

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    Station Coffee

    Fresh-baked croissants and other snacks are on hand at this airy new café in one of the Railyard District’s original brick warehouses.

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    Café Pasqual's

    Filled with contemporary artwork (for sale) and generally packed to the gills, Pasqual's is one of those restaurants that locals brave only during

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Activities (5)

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    Bittersweet Designs

    The newest addition to art-filled Canyon Road sells handcrafted jewelry and journals made with vintage wallpaper.

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    Santa Fe Farmers' Market

    The Spread: Distinctly southwestern produce is on display at this Saturday market in Santa Fe's rail yard, where 100 vendors gather to sell locally

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    Dressman’s Gifts

    Hidden amid a slew of kitschy curio shops, the inventory here is the real deal, with a good selection of carved wooden angels and other New Mexican

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    El Farol

    Once the dinner hour’s past at this venerable Spanish restaurant (dating to the 1830’s, it’s Santa Fe’s oldest), the amber-lit, beamed dining room

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    New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors

    The nation's oldest continuously occupied public building, the mammoth, single-story Palace with its flat roof and block-long portal (porch) dates

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