Santa Fe, NM

SATURDAY MAY 14TH

  • Duel Brewing Company
  • La Boca: Spanish tapas dinner

SUNDAY MAY 15TH

  • Georgia O’Keefe Museum: small museum, but did a good job showcasing her work throughout her entire life
  • Santa Fe Plaza: full of great artsy shops
  • La Fonda Hotel: amazing lunch in the historic restaurant’s interior courtyard; probably the best sandwich I have ever had
  • New Mexico History Museum: I hardly knew anything about New Mexico, so there was a lot to learn
  • Palace of the Governors: Native American vendors program that supports local artists
  • Loretto Chapel: home of the miraculous staircase, which some say was built by St. Joseph; the staircase is 22 feet tall and makes a 360 degree turn with no visible supports
  • St. Francis Basilica Church
  • Blue Corn Brewery: mainly a restaurant, but they do brew their own beer
  • Second Street Brewery: smaller brewery in an industrial urban area that had live music; the food was also amazing: green chili burgers, clams, and crawfish

WEDNESDAY MAY 18TH

  • Bandelier National Monument: we were able to climb ladders and view into the cliff dwellings, which are called “caveats”
  • Palacio Cafe: small little place with good sandwiches and green chili stew
  • Canyon Road: Santa Fe is known for having tons of art galleries, and this is one of the main streets for them
  • Meow Wolf: it’s hard to describe, but simply put, it’s an interactive art exhibit
  • Tomasita’s: located in the Railyard Arts District, this huge restaurant was crazy busy, proof of how great the food was

 

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