Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe
Travel Blogs from Santa Fe
So we were in the Georgia O'keeffe Museum when a woman admired my outfit. Of course we got to talking and she is from LA. What do you think the first question I asked? Do you play Mah Jongg? Guess what? I have a game in LA.
Santa Fe is a little oasis in a very poor state. The people are lovely, the ambiance is exceptional but they drive like maniacs.
We went to Canyon Road which houses the most beautiful ...
We waited on the repairman today. It was an easy fix to reset the motor, but a fix that isn't in the manual. The repairman told Jim what to do if it goes out again. Hurray!
Next we went to the historic district. We started at the State Capitol. It’s very different from other capitol buildings we’ve seen. It has four floors with one underground, a flat roof, and the entire building is round. All the rooms have ...
... and met Sammy and Sadie Mae, their two dogs. Sadie Mae is a beautiful golden lab and Sammy is a sweet spaniel - they told me the kind but I can't remember - something about being a lap dog. Sammy kept true to her breed and climbed up in Jens' lap and quickly fell asleep. Sadie Mae is still learning how to be a well behaved lady but I didn't mind. She and Sammy were both precious. We tried to talk Sammy into coming with us to keep our feet warm at night but Sadie Mae would have nothing to ...
... to Santa Fe, NM. Many of the deep wagon ruts are still visible and highlighted with markers for easy identification. When the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad was built along much of the Trail, the Fort was abandoned. Concerned citizens halted the destruction of the fort and worked tirelessly to preserve the ruins. Fort Union was one of the most-photographed of U.S. forts, allowing for original photos to be displayed throughout the grounds; ...
I was told a few days ago that Taos is what Sante Fe was 40 years ago, and after spending the day strolling around lovely Santa Fe I can see how that could be true. Santa Fe is like Taos on steroids, and whilst it is stunning I have to say I prefer Taos. The two share the same history, they are both magnets for artists, they both have loads of lovely jewellery stores and museums, but the big difference is in Taos you often get to meet ...
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