Crystal Mesa Farm B&B

27 Crystal Mesa Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

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  • SO SAD TO LEAVE

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    MY HUSBAND SAYS IT WAS THE BEST DECISION I EVER MADE. I RESEARCHED FOR WEEKS A PLACE NEAR SANTE FA TO START OUR VACATION. IT WAS NOT ABOUT PRICE BUT ABOUT FEELINGS. I LOOKED AT EVERY PICTURE ON LINE BUT WAS NOT IMPRESSED UNTIL I SAW CRYSTAL MESA (THE NAME EVEN SPELLS ENCHANTMENT) AND THEN SPEAKING TO THE INN KEEPER MARIE I WAS SOLD. IT WAS NOT WHAT SHE SAID IT WAS ALL SAID WITHIN HER VOICE. SHE NEVER RAVED VERY MUCH OR TRIED TO SELL ME BUT I WAS SOLD. THE PLACE HAS A SPECIAL VIBE THAT ENTERS YOUR SPIRIT FROM THE MINUTE YOU WALK IN AND NEVER LEAVES. I FELT AT HOME. ALL THE DETAILS OF THE CRYSTAL MESA ARE ABOVE EXCELLENT. IT IS A MUST EXPERIENCE !! PUT IT ON YOUR BUCKET LIST.

    Unique Quality: SPECIAL WARMTH *GREAT VIEWS* GREAT LOCATION *PEACEFUL *SERENE

    Directions: ON THE TURQUOISE TRAIL

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Travel Tips for Santa Fe

Institute of American Indian Arts Museum

by karenincalifornia

This museum has a large collective of contemporary native art. It is located across the street from the St. Francis Cathedral. The Institute is dedicated to promoting the study of art and culture of all American Indian and Alaskan native people.

land of the chllies

by richiecdisc

New Mexico is chilies country and the popular deep and bright red of the dried chilies is prevalent in Santa Fe as in most other cities in the state. The traditional string called a ristra They are popular with the locals for decoration as well as for spicing in their southwest cuisine but it's obviously one of the main souvenirs sought by tourists as you see them for sale everywhere.

Time Warp Betwen Albuquerque and Santa Fe

by straehle

I can recommend as others here have the Tourquoise Trail and the old mining towns of Madrid and Cerillos. Madrid is the larger of the two, even though the post office is in Cerillos. Madrid has attracted a large artsy group, I suppose fleeing the high prices and yuppyism of Santa Fe. Walk down the main street (New Mexico 14) and poke into the shops, the old time soda fountain, and the galleries.

Chimayo. Tucked into the...

by steph4867

Chimayo. Tucked into the mountains between Santa Fe and Taos are several small, dusty villages famous for their art and architecture. Among the best known is Chimayo, where the El Santuario de Nuestra Senor de Esquipulas draws pilgrims from around the world, some eager to see the evocative 150-year-old adobe mission, others desiring a pinch of the dirt covering its floor, said to have holy, healing properties. Art lovers also flock to Chimayo to buy cloth from its weavers, long legendary for their high-quality fabrics and pleasing designs. Don't leave without wandering the small central Plaza del Cerro, built around 1740.

And Then There Was This Bronze Piece...

by VeronicaG about Sage Creek Gallery

Sometimes you just connect with a piece of art immediately! Such was the case for me with this wonderful sculpture by Vala Ola at Sage Creek Gallery. It is called FLYING.

But a little background...Ola was classically trained in Europe and is from Iceland. She sculpts at her studio in Scottsdale, Arizona.

I love that her bronzes of children are so lifelike--she captures them in such realistic poses, like that shown in the picture. Her pieces are noted for "their depth of expression and emotion".

This bronze sculpture was very expensive and I lost my heart to it! It was a pleasure to be introduced to her work. Maybe someday we'll own one of her pieces...

Besides Sage Creek Gallery, Vala Ola's works appear in galleries in Scottsdale, Palm Desert and Santa Barbara. She also does portraits in oil that are exquisite!

Sage Creek Gallery is located off the town's main plaza by a couple of blocks. Ask for Sande who will give you more information on this gallery.

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