Dunshee's

986 Acequia Madre, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States
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Travel Tips for Santa Fe

I Recommend This Guide Book...

by VeronicaG

Albuquerque, Taos and Santa Fe by Zora O'Neill was a great help in introducing us to New Mexico. Some of my historical information was borrowed from this book if I was not able to obtain it from the sites themselves.

This MOON HANDBOOK cost $16.95 and was published by Avalon Travel. Inside you'll find suggested routes, sights, restaurants, hotels, shopping, maps and other invaluable information. Also, the author's first hand experience added a great deal to this guidebook, making it one of the reasons I'm recommending it so highly.

Nectar From The Prickly Pear

by VeronicaG

Never having had the pleasure of tasting Prickly Pear Lemonade before, I had no idea it was so good! We experienced this taste sensation at Rancho de Chimayo.

Our delicious drink was made from the Prickly Pear cactus, which comes from the genus 'Opuntia'. The dictionary describes it as having "flattened, usually spiny stem joints, yellow, orange or reddish flowers with ovoid, often edible fruit."

I would highly recommend trying this unique lemonade--you might also want to taste some prickly pear jelly if you happen upon it on your travels through the southwest.

Rancho de Chimayo served up our drink with a slice of orange with a pretty paper flower stirrer.

Do you know the way to Santa Fe?

by mhellman

There's more than one way to get to Santa Fe from Albuquerque. Instead of the boring obvious way up Interstate 25, take Interstate 40 east to Route 14, also known as the Turquoise Trail. The scenery is better, you can check out one-of-a-kind attractions such as Tinkertown, you'll pass through charming towns such as Golden, Madrid and Cerillos-- isn't this what you came to New Mexico for?

Mission of San Miguel of Santa...

by brdwtchr

Mission of San Miguel of Santa Fe is in this little church. The church has a small gift shop with a bell in it. The bell was made in 1356. If you go up to the big bell and 'thump' it with your finger you can hear it's tone. I rang the bell for good luck. Look for this place on Old Santa Fe Trail 4 blocks South of the Plaza.

Be the talk of the neighborhood

by karenincalifornia about Yard sculptures on Canyon Road

Some of the galleries on Canyon Road sell very unusual sculptures. We liked the wind powered sculptures at this gallery. The photo doesn't do them justice, but they were rather mesmerizing, sort of Zen-like, with their pinwheel effect. The sculptures were so finely engineered that the slightest breeze would send them into a spin. These particular sculptures sell for about $4000. At that price, you probably wouldn't want to stick one in your front yard.

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