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Exploring Santa Fe

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Photo: John Huba

Ages old and New Age, rich in art and artsy in attitude, deeply charming and more than a little eccentric, New Mexico’s magnetic colonial city draws all kinds of pilgrims Read the article

Destinations: Santa Fe · Downtown/Plaza · East Side

Inspired by: Seeking Santa Fe — by Joan Juliet Buck, Published Jun. 2007

Hotels (3)

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    Rancho de San Juan

    Occupying a 225-acre compound at the foot of Black Mesa (a 40-minute drive north of Santa Fe and an hour south from Taos), New Mexico's only Relais

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    Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi

    Celebs and other A-listers tend to choose this fashionable boutique hotel, which sits discreetly across the street from the Palace of the Governors

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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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Restaurants (9)

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    Trattoria Nostrani

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    Tomasita’s Restaurant

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    Plaza Café

    This venue is closed.

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    Meridian Espresso

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    Downtown Subscription

    Tucked between the art galleries of Canyon Road and the historic neighborhood of Acequia Madre, the Downtown Subscription coffeeshop is frequented

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    Café Ecco Espresso & Gelato

    Located near Santa Fe Plaza, the Cafe Ecco Espresso and Gelato serves hand-pulled espresso drinks, spicy hot chocolate, deli sandwiches, pastries,

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    Baleen

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    Aqua Santa

    Located along the Santa Fe River, Contemporary American restaurant Aqua Santa is an unusually small restaurant in which the kitchen and dining room

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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 (9)

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Similar Trips (2)

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    Santa Fe, Downtown/Plaza, Guadalupe District, East Side

    The heady aroma of burning piñon logs permeates the air every night in Santa Fe, where the altitude—nearly 7,000 feet—ensures that even summer evenings are crisp enough for locals to light up their

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  • Trip Guide to Santa Fe in Winter

    Santa Fe, Taos

    If you think summer is the only time to visit the Southwest, think again. Winter in Santa Fe means adobe walls frosted with snow and air scented with fragrant piñon smoke. There’s also plenty to se...

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