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Bandelier National Monument from Santa Fe
"Bandelier National Park: a journey to the ancient Anasazi ruins of a time gone by. On this tour you will explore the cave dwellings and climb numerous ladders to peek into their homes on the sunny side of Frijoles Canyon. The Pueblo people are descendant000 years ago. “Anasazi” is a Navajo term referring to the ancestors of Pueblo people before the coming of the Spanish. They were farmers who grew maize (corn) beans and squash. Cotton was cultivated and woven into garments. The people made winter blankets ingeniously woven of yucca-fiber string twisted with turkey feathers or strips of rabbit skin. They fashioned tools from animal bones wood and local stones such as obsidian and basalt.There is a sense of solitude at Bandelier National Park that is refreshing and relaxing. Enjoy your day exploring with a friendly and knowledgeable guide.""""Visit the Bandelier National Monument where the ancient Anasazi people had cave dwellings. Your tour guide will provide round-trip transport to these incredible ruins
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Bandelier National Monument from Santa Fe
"Bandelier National Park: a journey to the ancient Anasazi ruins of a time gone by. On this tour you will explore the cave dwellings and climb numerous ladders to peek into their homes on the sunny side of Frijoles Canyon. The Pueblo people are descendant000 years ago. “Anasazi” is a Navajo term referring to the ancestors of Pueblo people before the coming of the Spanish. They were farmers who grew maize (corn) beans and squash. Cotton was cultivated and woven into garments. The people made winter blankets ingeniously woven of yucca-fiber string twisted with turkey feathers or strips of rabbit skin. They fashioned tools from animal bones wood and local stones such as obsidian and basalt.There is a sense of solitude at Bandelier National Park that is refreshing and relaxing. Enjoy your day exploring with a friendly and knowledgeable guide.""""Visit the Bandelier National Monument where the ancient Anasazi people had cave dwellings. Your tour guide will provide round-trip transport to these incredible ruins
From $120.00
 
Albuquerque Rio Grande Balloon Ride
"We fly most days at sunrise weather permitting. We begin by meeting you at our launch site which is right on the west side of the Rio Grande River. Once at the launch site we will inflate the balloon and fly for about an hour down the river valley here in Albuquerque. During the flight depending upon the direction of the winds on flight day you will have great views of the Sandia Mountains to the east Petroglyph national monument to the west
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Amazing New Mexican sunsets

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...
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The ubiquitous pueblo

All construction in Santa Fe follows the pueblo style. Even the bank is a pueblo. New construction cheats, though. The new stuff isn't made with mud. We saw wood supports go up on a building, and on...
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Institute of American Indian Arts Museum

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...
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Not an Adobe Disneyland

Remember that this is a REAL city where REAL people live. We're not props in a theme park. We love our city and we're pleased to share it with you; but please respect it, and us, in turn. The...
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Head Dress

This is an awesome headdress, handmade, with real feathers, fur, leather, and the detailing (the blue stripe) is made entirely of beads!! Don't forget to be polite and ask for permission before...
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Even though Santa Fe is the...

Even though Santa Fe is the capitol of NM, the third largest city in the state with a population of 60.000 and has been around longer than all but one other city in America it is still relativy...
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'On march 30, 1609, the...

'On march 30, 1609, the Viceroy of New Spain appointed Don Pedro de Peralta Governor and Captain General of New Mexico, instructing him to proceed to New Mexico.....accompanied by twelve soldiers and...
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Get out and about, visit at...

Get out and about, visit at least one Native American community, if only to buy art or artifacts from them directly (and know your money is supporting their business, not some middleman)- and to see...
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check out the historical Spitz...

check out the historical Spitz Clock on the northwest corner of the plaza. The Spitz clock was used to advertise the Spitz Jewelry Store. Its predecessor was run over by an early motorcar in 1915. The...
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Walk or drive around the...

Walk or drive around the residential areas to look at the houses. Personally, the houses intrique me, and they are beautiful, but I could not help thinking that it must be very bizarre to live in a...
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Another gorgeous work of art...

Another gorgeous work of art just standing in front of a gallery on the streets of old 'Sante Fe'..and this was just one of so many... amagine actually purchasing a piece like this and taking it home....
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View the art! Not only is...

View the art! Not only is there ample street art as shown here...but there are more galleries than you can count...with price tags as large! My mother and daughter also have this photo on there...
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To truly enjoy Santa Fe, one...

To truly enjoy Santa Fe, one must let go of their schedule, put away the palm pilot, stash the cell phone, and let their hair down. Once in this new, blissful, unreachable state, one can dig in and...
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The Lorretto Chaple to see the...

The Lorretto Chaple to see the 'Miracle Staircase' and listen to the story of it's creation. It is a freestanding spiral staircase with no means of support other than its spiral structure. Listen to...
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Loretto Chapel

This deconsecrated church - owned by the adjoining Inn At The Loretto, and now a museum/wedding chapel - is famous for its ‘miraculous’ helix-shaped stairway: a bit of local lore that has been been...
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Palace of the Governors

A view from inside the courtyard of the palace built in 1610 that served as the local government center for northern Mexico during the colonial era and later under independent Mexico. The building is...
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Canyon Road Art District

Canyon road is absolutely lovely in April, and El Farol allows you the opportunity to continue enjoying it even during lunch. The building itself has a charming style and there is an extensive patio...
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San Miguel Mission

A rebuilt chapel stands on the grounds of what is reported to be the oldest church in the US. The San Miguel Mission was built in 1610 and was the site of a famous indian revolt. Although modified...
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Bandelier National Monument

This ancient Native American Cliff Dwelling is just north of Santa Fe. Its one of the best preserved Anazi ruins in New Mexico. The place has been occupied for over 10,000 years but the cliff...
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Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi

I’m updating this review as the interior had seen additional restoration since last we’d been here, and La Conquistadora was back in her chapel. There have been no fewer than 4 churches at this...
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"A Pristine Winter Wonderland--Santa Fe,New Mexico"
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"Santa Fe, New Mexico"
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goodfish

"La Villa Real de la Santa Fe"
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""Fanta Se""
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"Steep in History"
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