Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast Inn

138 W. Manhattan Ave., Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States
Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast Inn
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Travel Tips for Santa Fe

I Feel A Little Breathy...

by VeronicaG

That's how I felt on the last day of our journey to Santa Fe--why did it take three days to become affected by the altitude? I felt as though I couldn't draw in enough air. I'm told each person is different on how they handle the elevation--Santa Fe is 7,320 feet above sea level. Our guidebook warned that many travelers encounter altitude sickness in this area.

Happily, as we moved closer to Albuquerque, where the elevation is 5,352 ft. above sea level, I no longer had that problem. Although we followed the advice to take it easy the first two days and certainly did NOT do any mountain climbing, sometimes it can still affect you. So if you're sick to your stomach, dizzy or perhaps feeling like you can't breathe in enough air--these symptoms are probably altitude related.

A Rite of Autumn

by VeronicaG

The Burning of Zozobra is not some rite that's been practiced for centuries, it's a fairly modern creation by a very imaginative artist named Will Shuster.

Will was one of the 'Cinco de Pintores' who settled along Canyon Road in the l920's. He got the idea to celebrate Autumn and the end of the tourist season. The bonfire has evolved into quite a spectacle and coincides with opera season and Fiesta de Santa Fe.

This painting represents the burning of Zozobra, which has become an important part of the Fall social scene here in Santa Fe.

Relax Japanese Style

by lareina

10,000 Waves spa is a lovely treat after a long day on your feet downtown. The spa is located about 15 minutes from downtown by car and is nestled on a hill among pinons. The atmosphere is serene and relaxing. I have heard excellent things about their massages and treatments but never received one. Instead, I paid $14 to spend all day in the Communal or Women's Tubs. I alternated between sauna, hot tub, sunbathing, and of course the refreshing cold plunge. I can't wait to go back!

Private tubs range from $20-27/hr per person. They also offer lodging ranging from $190-260/night.

From downtown, go north on Washington Ave. and turn right onto Artist Rd. It turns into Hyde Park Road and after about three miles, you will see 10,000 Waves on your left.

Institute of American Indian...

by brdwtchr

Institute of American Indian Arts Museum is across from the Cathedral of St. Francis of Assisi. It is both like a museum and a gallary. Many of the works of art here by Native American Indian artists are for sale. It is a good place to visit but not my favorite spot in Santa Fe.

Stop Here For Souvenirs

by VeronicaG about Galeria Ortega,Inc.

Galeria Ortega is located next door to Ortega's Weaving Shop and is a good source for souvenirs and items with a Southwest theme.

You'll find Southwest inspired potholders, oven mitts and drink coasters; souvenir magnets; dream catchers in all sizes and colors; kachina dolls, books on the southwest, nambe' serving pieces, decorative glassware, plates, pottery and many other things.

We walked out with oven mitts and ceramic coasters decorated all over with bright red chili peppers. What can I say--I've been smitten by the Southwest! Southwest inspired creations reasonable

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 Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast Inn

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Address: 138 W. Manhattan Ave., Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States