Travelodge Santa Fe

646 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States
Motel 6 Santa Fe Plaza-Downtown
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Travel Tips for Santa Fe

Amazing New Mexican sunsets

by karenincalifornia

In the high desert, you will witness the most breathtaking sunsets. It's the combination of the high altitude, clean desert air and frequent thunderstorms. We don't get the same combination in the San Francisco Bay Area, so watching these Santa Fe sunsets was really a treat!

Santa Fe locals pride...

by FlyingGnat

Santa Fe locals pride themselves on their Spanish Heritage. Be aware that although folks often think of the Western USA as 'Cowboys and Indians' -- the Spanish had a much greater impact in their time (1500's) than the whites. When you visit, come with respect for the American Indians, but also for the Spanish. There is a rich (whether pleasant or not I won't go into) history here, for any looking to know it. If you get in an off-the-tourist-path place, notice how much Spanish and 'spanglish' (a combo of English and Spanish) is spoken. Much of our local community speaks Spanish as a first language.

Tent Rocks National Monument

by painterdave

Driving south from Santa Fe towards Albuquerque, you take the Cochiti Pueblo offramp. Then you travel 15 minutes to Tent Rocks National Monument.
These strange rock formations were made from the volcanic blast over a million years ago. This rock was cemented through time and then eroded into the tent formations.
These formations are famous for yielding apache tears, which are black rocks made of volcanic glass called obsidian. These small pebbles are found at the bottom of the cliffs in the white dirt area.
You will find a nice picnic area, toilets, but now water. In the summer you need to bring bottled water.
The entrance fee is the standard US monument fee. $8.00 or the annual pass.
Plan to spend several hours here if you use the first trail. You will need more hours if you go on to the second trail further on.
you will be amazed at these formations....

This is the oldest house in...

by brdwtchr

This is the oldest house in Santa Fe and possibly the oldest house in the United States that is still occupied. Built in about 1250 by Pueblo Indians. It is next door to the San Miguel Mission. The house is free to enter through the gift shop at the far end. Legend has it that two witches beheaded a Spanish warrior here in the 1600's.

One Of My Favorite Stores

by VeronicaG about YIPPEE YI YO

We visited Yippee Yi Yo at least three times while in Santa Fe. It was just a super place to find all things with a Texas/Southwest style.

The store was located along the central plaza, which made it convenient since our hotel was just a block or so away. It also was stocked with wonderful things! If you look very closely, you'll see a pair of black and torquoise ceramic cowboy boot salt and pepper shakers. We purchased these for our daughter, who really likes kitzch.

Aside from that, Yippee Yi Yo carried many books related to the West and Southwest; Native American blankets and pillows; stuffed animals and toys; puzzles; cool cowboy boot keychains; leather belts and purses; t-shirts; jewelry; pictures and so much other merchandise. I only wish I could remember all that they carried!

You won't be sorry you stopped here--but you might be if you don't. Try Yippee Yi Yo for a unique and special gift...it was also a great place to pick up something for our daughter and grandkids. Western/Southwestern inspired items Moderate to pricey

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