The Residence Club at El Corazon de Santa Fe

103 Catron Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States
Fairmont Heritage Place, El Corazon de Santa Fe
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Thanksgiving Santa Fe

by hibbertconsult

Looking for recommendations for Thanksgiving Day dinner. Have done Bishops and Rancho de Chimayo and Hilton Pinon grill. Have party of 9, with two toddlers, so probably a nice buffet.

Re: Thanksgiving Santa Fe

by pinion

I am looking for a great place for Thanksgiving Dinner as well. Flying in on Thanksgiving day and spending the holidays in Santa Fe. Are the three you've listed recommended? Steve

Re: Thanksgiving Santa Fe

by dolldx50

I am going to ask you the same question since it has been a year now since you posted this message. We plan to have TG dinner in Santa Fe this year and I wanted to know if you have any recommendations for us.
Thanks.
M. Doll

Re: Re: Thanksgiving Santa Fe

by dolldx50

Oops. I didn't get to finish. Geronimo was 1st choice, and Casa Sera (a Robert Redford favorite) was another choice. We are staying at Quail Run, and she thought the TG buffet there would be good, also. Let me know if you hear of any others. MDoll

Re: Re: Thanksgiving Santa Fe

by Snipsnapper

In 2003 we ate at the La Fonda TG Buffet and absolutely loved it.

Travel Tips for Santa Fe

Make Friends With The Sun!

by VeronicaG

The sun seems so intense in Santa Fe--even in the winter! Be absolutely sure to include a pair of sunglasses AND sunblock as you prepare to explore Santa Fe.

Although I did take my sunglasses, they broke and I had to replace them there. A brief time lapsed before I found a new pair. Let me tell you, I was a bit blinded by the sun as it reflected off the snow.

Color!!!!

by goodfish

New Mexicans love color and their favorite shades decorate everything that can possibly be painted, dyed or planted. Vivid chile reds, bright turquoise blues, sunny yellow, fiery orange, cool greens and rich purples are woven into textiles, brushed onto furniture and dinnerware, dabbled into artworks and heaped inside window boxes and pots. Maybe it's because they're such a perfect combination with terra cotta adobe walls, or maybe it's because it's impossible to be cranky when surrounded by all those cheerful hues but it's one of the things I love most about the Southwest.

The Mysterious Staircase of Loretto Chapel

by queencreekfreak

I have gone into the Loretto Chapel on numerous occasions bringing friends into Santa Fe for the first time. We usually park at the parking lot behind the Visitors Center so walking to the square this is on the way. This is a quaint little chapel with an interesting spiral staircase with a legend. The donation is $2.50 as of December 2006. You sit in the chapel and listen to a tape that discusses the legend of the Chapel. it is a very spiritual place. They also have a sweet little gift shop where you can purchase religous medals, post cards, rosaries etc. It also gives you some time to sit down, out of the sun and maybe do a little personal reflecting. I like this place.

Hiking

by karenincalifornia

The Santa Fe area is a hiking mecca. There are hundreds of hikes near Santa Fe in the high dessert and in the nearby Sangre de Cristo mountains. In Bandelier National Monument alone, there 70 miles of trails. This picture was taken on a trail in the Bandelier National Monument.

Indian Market in a Nutshell

by CCW

Indian Market is the biggest Native American arts and crafts event anywhere. It's held annually in August, 2 weekends before Labor Day. For two days, 600 booths (containing over 1200 artists) occupy the Plaza and surrounding streets, and many galleries and shops hold shows too. Standards are high, and there are always many more applicants than booths. Artists can submit their work in a competition for awards, and customers often line up overnight to buy the prize-winning pieces. The show is a terrific place to people-watch, too (I've been volunteering for nearly 20 years: go to the SWAIA site listed below and look for my photo on the "Become a Volunteer" page). If you're not familiar with the vast and ever-changing world of Native American art, this is a great opportunity to educate yourself. By all means, go to the preview show of prize-winning pieces on Fri. night (you need to be a member of SWAIA -- the sponsoring organization -- to get in, although recently they've begun to sell temporary memberships too). Read the special supplements in the local newspapers (the New Mexican publishes an 'official' guide) to learn more about the background of the art and to identify gallery shows you'd like to visit. But, most important, take the time to look: when it comes to buying, your instincts are usually the best guide, but you'll be happier with your purchases if you educated your instincts first! There's something in every price range. Big-name artists can command top dollar at this show because all the serious collectors are there, so prices tend to be higher than at other shows. But you can show up with $25 and still find (say) a very nice pair of earrings.

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Address: 103 Catron Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States