Campanilla Compound

Address: 334 Otero Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States | Condo
 
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This condo, located on 334 Otero Street, Santa Fe, is near Cross of the Martyrs, Old Fort Marcy Park, 109 East Palace, and Santa Fe Public Library.
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    Third Leg: It's all a bunch of bull-$h!t.

    A travel blog entry by billiamlea on Aug 01, 2015

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    ... quite frankly, multiple days of red and green chili can do things to our delicate midwestern constitutions (give me bland, for the love of GOD!).

    We took in a free concert at the Cathedral after dinner. The Schola Cantorum of Santa Fe, which performed a beautiful concert celebrating their 25th anniversary.

    Tomorrow morning, it is on to Barstow California. We'll likely eating nothing but toast and gruel for during the entire 10-hour drive.
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    Walking to CCA Cinematheque, Band at 2nd Street

    A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Nov 08, 2014

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    This is a great time of year to be in Santa Fe, the weather is still ok for being outside if you dress warmly, and the scenery is great! We have our month bus pass so we bus and walk to most places we go.

    Took the bus down to the Santa Fe Baking Company and had lunch and then walked through the neighborhoods to the ...

    Santa Fe - Dinosaurs & More

    A travel blog entry by sc0tt_pr0bert on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... of Santa Fe was originally occupied by a number of Pueblo Indian villages with founding dates between 1050 to 1150.

    In the early 20th century artists and writers, as well as retirees, were attracted to the cultural richness of the area, the beauty of the landscapes and its dry climate. Local leaders began promoting the city as a tourist attraction. The city sponsored architectural restoration projects and erected new buildings according to ...

    Through the Land of Enchantment

    A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... off to do a small bar crawl home. At the base of the pub we saw a crowd of people gathering round and so we wandered over and watched a four-piece female mariachi band (who were great!) performing with gusto to a growing audience. Music is clearly a very integral part of the Santa Fe lifestyle.

    We left with their tunes ringing in ears and stumbled across a bar called Evangelo’s en route to home. We decided to head inside to check out the impressive ...

    The Old Spanish Trail to Santa Fe

    A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 06, 2014

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    Since leaving Moab, and before actually, we've been following what was once the Old Spanish Trail (OST) that linked the important Spanish and then Mexican capital of Santa Fe with the Californian outpost of Los Angeles, then not much more than a ranch, a church and a few government buildings.

    We had stopped at Kane Springs now a rest area on the main road south of Moab but once an important stop on the OST. From there we had pushed on crossing the La ...