Fact or Fiction? America’s “Oldest” Church

Fact or Fiction? America’s “Oldest” Church

Santa Fe’s historic San Miguel Chapel is undeniably old. Age oozes from its thick earthen walls, the paintings on curling buffalo and deer hides, its dark musty overhead viga ceiling. If the bultos on the altar could talk, what tales they’d tell: of workers sealing...

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Cozy Abode: Hotels in the City Different

Cozy Abode: Hotels in the City Different

For generations, Santa Fe has provided accommodation to travelers near and far. From the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadors to the “end-of-the-road” trade destination of the 1800s, to the fame and fortune of Route 66, the heart of Santa Fe is its culture; embodied...

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Santa Fe Cuisine: One of a Kind

Santa Fe Cuisine: One of a Kind

The Chile Capital No visit to the City Different would be complete without an exploration of its culinary heritage. The “Chile Capital'' of the world, New Mexican food is a rich blend of Pueblo Native American, Spanish, and Mexican cuisine. Many restaurants in Santa...

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White Water Rafting

White Water Rafting

A Way to Play: Whitewater Rafting in Northern New Mexico! Winding through the ancient and rocky peaks of Northern New Mexico flows the mighty and wild Rio Grande. Carved into the vast landscape of sheer basalt cliffs and rocky quartzite heights, home to man and animal...

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Santa Fe Plaza

Santa Fe Plaza

Santa Fe has long been the artistic and cultural epicenter of the Southwest. The city square in the heart of town, the Santa Fe Plaza, is where tourists and locals have gathered since the 1600s to experience “The City Different.” Located at the end of the Historic...

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