Thinking about a Santa Fe Vacation Travel trip? Inn at Pueblo Bonito, Santa Fe’s only 154 year-old historic bed and breakfast, has provided this complementary quick reference guide with Santa Fe’s most important contact information. Most current Santa Fe lodging deals can be found on our specials page! Our staff’s local expertise is just one of many reasons to book with our B&B, as you won’t find better insights on The City Different.
POPULAR NEW MEXICO AIRLINES
American Eagle/American Airlines (800) 433-7300
Continental Airlines (800) 523-3273
Delta Air Lines (800) 221-1212
Frontier Airlines (800) 432-1359
Southwest Airlines (800) 435-9792
US Airways (800) 428-4322
TO/FROM ALBUQUERQUE INT’L AIRPORT
Sandia Shuttle Xpress (505) 474-5696
Roadrunner Shuttle (505) 424-3367
TO/FROM SANTA FE AIRPORT
Capital City Cab Co. (505) 438-0000
Roadrunner Shuttle (505) 424-3367
Capital City Cab Co. (505) 438-0000
Santa Fe Trails (local) (505) 995-2001
NOTE: Greyhound no longer stops in Santa Fe, NM.
New Mexico Railrunner (866) 795-7245
Amtrak Reservations (800) 872-7245
Amtrak, Lamy Station (505) 466-4511- Lamy is a 15 minute drive south of Santa Fe. The Lamy Shuttle Service (505) 982-8829 will provide transportation to Pueblo Bonito b&b from the Lamy Station.
Advantage (800) 777-5500
Alamo (888) 426-3299
Avis (505) 471-5892
Beaver Toyota (505) 982-1901
Budget (505) 984-1596
Dollar (866) 319-6188
Enterprise (505) 473-3600
Hertz (505) 471-7189
Santa Fe Convention & Visitor Information (800) 777-2489
Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce (505) 988-3279
New Mexico Visitor Information (statewide) (505) 827-7336
Police, Fire, and Ambulance 911
Poison Control (800) 222-1222
Christus St. Vincent Hospital (505) 983-3361
UltiMed Urgent Care (505) 989-8707
Weather/Road Cond. (800) 432-4269
Time & Temperature (505) 473-2211
Inn at Pueblo Bonito- Santa Fe, New Mexico (800) 461-4599
Wine, Music, Dance and More Special Events…..
Santa Fe Opera Backstage Tours: June 2- August 22, 2014! Go behind the scenes and learn about the fascinating and colorful world of opera production. One-hour tours are given Monday through Friday at 9 am. Tickets: $10/adult; $8/seniors; youth (ages 6-22) are free. Tours start at the box office. No reservations required; tickets are sold at the start of the tour. NOTE: The Guilds of The Santa Fe Opera sponsor. “Opera Insiders Days“ every Saturday during tour dates! Entertainment and refreshments offered on theater patio at 8:30 am, followed by informational talks by opera insiders with a backstage tour. Free of charge and no reservations required.
Current New Media Festival: June 13 – 29, 2014
Experience interactive and fine art video installations, multimedia performances and web based art forms. All events and programs are free.
Santa Fe Bandstand on the Plaza: June 23 – August 8, 2014
Santa Fe Bandstand is a free music festival at the Historic Downtown Santa Fe Plaza. Over 100 Rock, Country, Native American, Jazz, and Mariachi bands play for free throughout the summer. Come kick up your heels with the locals and experience Santa Fe’s music scene.
Santa Fe Wine Festival-July 5,6, 2014: The 21st year to celebrate wines of New Mexico at the historic El Rancho de las Golondrinas Ranch! 16 New Mexico wineries, festive atmosphere of live music, food, traditional agricultural products and handmade arts and crafts for sale is a one-of a kind experience for you and your family. This 200-acre Spanish colonial living history museum, Las Golondrinas boasts 34 buildings, historical fields and waterways, friendly animals and costumed docents who bring our state’s past to life!
Santa Fe Chamber Music and Wine Tour: July 22, 2014 The premier event in Santa Fe to hear your favorite chamber musicians, enjoy an exquisite four-course dinner under the stars, and drink fine wines all in the company of renowned vintners! Get in on the first annual Music & Wine Gala! Walking distance from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn.
Aspen Santa Fe Ballet: Tickets on sale May 19th! Performance July thru August 2014. Summer and Aspen Santa Fe Ballet just go together! Bringing an inspiring program of stunning works like blockbuster Square None (choreographed by Princess Grace Award winner Norbert de la Cruz III), the poetic Return to a Strange Land (by master choreographer Jiri Kylian), and thier newest creation The Heart(s)pace (by Nicolo Fonte) promise memorable summer evenings of dance!
Suggested Lodging en Santa Fe: Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn. Secluded, historic downtown pueblo-style Santa Fe accomodations nestled quietly next to the New Mexico State Capitol. Creating a memorable Santa Fe vacation stay for New Mexico visitors for over 29 years. Online June, July and August specials available at Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn! 1-800-461-4599
Santa Fe, New Mexico – voted #1 Cultural Getaway and #1 Cultural Destination by Travel + Leisure; Top 10 Cities for Historic Preservation by Liveablity.com and #5 US Historic Destination by US News! Why do travelers flock to Santa Fe New Mexico annually for fun-filled, intriguing New Mexico cultural vacations? Could it be it’s great mountain escapes, breath taking scenery, low humidity, 325 days of sunshine, crystal blue skies, cool star filled evenings and world renown activities? Absolutely… there is never a bad time of year to relax and experience the authentic history of Santa Fe New Mexico. Blending international style, historic uniqueness and old-world charm, Santa Fe stimulates all five senses for it’s visitors regardless of age, background or time of year!
Because Santa Fe is a top US cultural destination, it offers intriguing and memorable experience for visitors: Annual festivals, cultural events, world-class art and museums, and of course exceptional cuisine and historically significant and unique lodging choices! A rare opportunity to experience local culture while experiencing Santa Fe first hand prevails itself at Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn. Voted “Guest Favorite b&b” three consecutive years by 8,500+ guests (2013, 12,11), Pueblo Bonito provided thousands of returning and new guests with an historically significant Old Santa Fe experience for over 29 years. 19 enchanting guest rooms, each with foot thick adobe walls, kiva fireplace, adorable private baths surrounded by secluded pueblo-style grounds makes this a Must Stay! This popular Santa Fe Inn prides itself on sincere hospitality, historically preserved and accurate property, and a knowledgeable, friendly staff.
Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival - May 24-25, 2014
Over 200 Native American artists showcase museum-quality Indian art at this annual event. On can enjoy hors d’oeuvres, open wine and champagne bars, as well as and mingling with featured artists. The top Native American artists are represented at this event, benefiting the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture.
The Rodeo de Santa Fe began in 1949 when Roy Butler, Austin “Slim” Green, Gene Petchesky, Paul Ragle, Paul Rutledge and few other locals had a dream and determination to organize a professional rodeo in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The dream exceeded their ambitious expectations and today remains one of the top 60 PRCA Rodeos in the nation! Featuring such World Champion cowboys as: Taos Muncy, Trevor Brazile and JW Harris the Rodeo de Santa Fe is fun for an entire family! The Rodeo de Santa Fe is a cultural tradition for Santa Feans as our southwest heritage is pristinely displayed through the spirit of “Rodeo“. After all, rodeo began in New Mexico! With events like Mutton Bustin’ and youth barrels for kids, and traditional events like bull and bronc riding, calf wrestling, team roping, the Santa Fe Rodeo continues to be a crowd favorite of young and old alike! Not to mention the Annual Rodeo Parade which kicks off at 11:00 am on June 14th and winds through the downtown Santa Fe plaza -featuring numerous beautiful, proud and well behaved horses with riders, glimmering Rodeo royalty, marching bands, bag pipes and so more! Nightly Rodeo performances (June 18-21) at Rodeo de Santa Fe grounds – a 10 minute drive from Pueblo Bonito b&b inn- also the 2014 Rodeo Royalty Sponsor!
An American opera company, located 7 miles north of Santa Fe with summer seasons beginning in late June and running through mid- August. Five operas are presented in rotating repertory. The Santa Fe Opera began in July 1957 and is internationally known for introducing new operas as well as creative productions of standard operatic repertoire. Inhabiting approximately 150 acres of land, the Santa Fe Opera sits on top a mesa. Audiences face west toward an ever-changing horizon of sunsets and thunderstorms which are frequently visible throughout many productions when no backdrops are used. Unlike a conventional opera house or theatre, there is no fly system to allow scenery to be lowered from above, nor a proscenium arch (thus no curtain) and subtitles are provided via electronic readers in every seat. The sides of the house are open with rear stage at times being completely open to allow for westward expansive views. Performances begin at sunset (around 8:30) so production lighting is not compromised by the sides of the theatre being open to outside elements. Performance start times also allow opera-goers an opportunity to observe New Mexico sunsets against a surrounding landscape and the enjoyment of traditional tailgate dining. Since its inception, The Santa Fe Opera has staged forty-four American and eleven international premieres, and has commissioned ten new operas.
The International Folk Art Market showcases wares from over 190 artists- from over 60 countries. The artist selection process is led by a committee of experts from museums like the Smithsonian. Shoppers are able to purchase handmade unique items such as jewelry, bright silks, high-end rugs, woven baskets, wood carvings, paintings and much more. Market goers enjoy complimentary tasting of foods from around the world while live music provides a pleasant shopping experience. The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market is the largest international folk art market in the world showcasing master craftsmanship which enables the artists to preserve their artistic traditions and gain the financial ability to improve their lives and their communities. Since it’s inception in 2004, the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market has become a one-of-a-kind event brings over 20,000 visitors in attendance to include: representatives from UNESCO, the Clinton Global Initiative, Peace Corps volunteers, ambassadors and designers. Held at Milner Plaza, next to Santa Fe’s Museum of International Folk Art, market goers catch a free shuttle less than a block from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn doorstep!
The Santa Fe Spanish Market is one of three Heritage Events held annually in Santa Fe. Spanish Market week events includes: lectures, luncheons, and concerts. Events take place at various venues throughout the city from July 21-27, 2014. The 63rd Spanish Market will feature 350+ artists from the region who work in handmade traditional Spanish Colonial art forms such as weavings, carvings, jewelry, furniture, tinwork and more all indoors at the Community Center. Congruently on the Plaza, the 28th Annual Contemporary Hispanic Market will showcase original contemporary work and individual expressive art outdoors in booths. Live music and dance, art demonstrations and regional food sales enhance these popular events on the Santa Fe Plaza which is less than a 7 minute walk from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn (free parking is provided to overnight guests).
Annual Santa Fe Indian Market – August 18-24, 2014
Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) celebrates its 93rd Santa Fe Indian Market in 2014! This prestigious annual event brings together 1,100 of the most gifted Native American artists from about 100 tribes who compete for prizes, displaying and selling art work in over 600 booths. Established and emerging Indian artists are celebrated as to their craft, creativity and hard work. 150,000+ visitors, buyers, collectors and gallery owners emerge on Santa Fe from all over the world for a rare opportunity to
meet and purchase 10 kinds of art, in both traditional and contemporary, directly from the artist. A Sneak and General Preview of the Award Winning Art and the SWAIA Live Auction Gala Dinner are held on the eve of the Market while other events including the Native Film Festival, music on the Plaza, a Native American clothing contest, lectures and symposia are available to enjoy the weekdays prior to the Market. Quality is the hallmark of the Santa Fe Indian Market as there are no other venues that consistently brings so many fine Native American artists together in one place at one time.
This annual event occurs in late August / early September 2014. One of the oldest continuous celebrations in the United States, commemorates Don Diego de Vargas’ reentry into Santa Fe on September 14, 1692 which followed the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. A proclamation was signed in 1712 to establish an annual commemoration by the Santa Fe City Council. 2014’s celebration kicks off the 301st Fiesta de Santa Fe at Fort Marcy Park with the burning of Zozobra (Old Man Gloom). Zozobra is to symbolize the cleaning of hardships and travails from over the past year and afterward downtown streets leading to the Plaza are closed to traffic-allowing spectators to walk, socialize and purchase food and drink. During Labor Day weekend, a Fine Arts and Crafts Market as well as a Pre-Fiesta Show offers a number of other events throughout the City. Mariachi Extravaganza de Santa Fe is scheduled at the Santa Fe Opera; Historical Lectures are to be held at St. Francis Auditorium; and Mariachi Matinee performed at the Lensic Performing Arts Center- all an easy stroll from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn. Other entertaining events include — mariachi music and Spanish dancing on the plaza; Desfile De Los Ninos (children’s Pet Parade), Fiesta Royalty Ceremonies, the Historical / Hysterical Parade with floats and marching bands, arts and crafts, food vendors, etc. on Saturday and Sunday of Fiesta de Santa Fe.
Santa Fe Pro Musica brings together outstanding musicians to inspire and educate audiences of all ages through the performance of great music. A nationally recognized musical organization remaining steeped in its commitment to the Santa Fe community and was founded in 1980. A varied program of ensembles are offered in numerous historic venues- all walking distance from Pueblo Bonito Inn. Santa Fe Pro Musica presents selections of music from the last four centuries to include works from chamber orchestra, chamber ensemble, and large-scale oratorios throughout its seasonal months beginning in September and running through April. Annual Baroque Christmas concerts are very popular with Santa Fe visitors being highly advised to include this in their Santa Fe Christmas plans. Also Baroque Holy Week coinciding with Easter Holiday celebration is a musical wonder for New Mexico travelers to Santa Fe. 2007 seasoon brought high recognition to Santa Fe Pro Musica when Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde/The Song of the Earth was recorded in collaboration with Smithsonian Chamber Players and then nominated for a 2008 GRAMMY® Award in classical music category “Best Small Ensemble Performance“.
Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta- Sept 24-28, 2014
Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta is an annual event creating a five-day weekend of events! Local Santa Fe, New Mexico culinary artistry is featured as many top Santa Fe chefs couple their skills with the sophistication and wines of national wineries. This annual Santa Fe event brings over 90 national wineries to Santa Fe to partner with 75 of Santa Fe’s best restaurants, creating a delectable schedule of food and wine events. Cooking demos, wine seminars, winery luncheons and dinners area all featured events, yet all the while the Grand Tasting culminates this Fiesta at the Santa Fe Opera. All 75 participating Santa Fe restaurants and all 90 wineries serve samples of their best food and wine for those lucky enough to get tickets! Make your reservation and plans now to attend Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta in one of the most desirable southwestern travel destinations- Santa Fe, New Mexico. Let Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast be your host with great internet rates available NOW! www.pueblobonitoinn.com
42nd Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta - October 4-12, 2014
Fans and participants from throughout the world enjoy the annual event held at the 200-acre Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta Park. Breathtaking mass ascensions, evening Balloon Glows, and balloon races are all apart of this nine-day color-filled extravaganza New Mexico Fiesta event! Special balloon shapes always amaze and delight and have in years past included a giant butterfly, elephant, Darth Vader, Elsie the cow and even an ice cream cone! Make plans now to stay at Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn- Santa Fe, while attending this spectacular event- rooms fill up quickly! Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is one of the most photographed events in the world and is so easy to enjoy while staying and experience all Santa Fe has to offer. HINT: Ride the roadrunner transit train from Santa Fe to Fiesta Park- save the hassle, inconvenience and expense of parking and driving yourself! Downtown Santa Fe depot is a short walk from Pueblo Bonito b&b- 3 blocks- to hop on the roadrunner to the Bernalillo depot then take the Balloon shuttle to Fiesta park! Fun, easy and memorable.
Christmas Travel to Santa Fe is a wonderful opportunity for families, couples, singles, young and old wanting to experience a special and holy holiday memory. Modern day religious traditions of the City of Holy Faith highlight past cultures of Spanish founders with downtown building roofs, walkways, balconies and windows decorated with farolitos anticipating the celebration of the Christ child. Past traditions handed down from the Catholic faith purposed these “holy lights” (made from paper bags, sand and votive candles) to illuminate the pathway for the Holy family. All the “magic” of the season comes alive in downtown Santa Fe as the City Different swirls with colorful lighted trees, garland wrapped portals, the sweet aroma of burning pine created by glowing crackles of romantic kiva fireplaces, while red chile ristras hang next to doorways welcoming weary visitors inside to enjoy tantalizing native cuisine. Tamales, Posole, Red and Green Chile as well as Biscotti’s (beez-coh-chee-tohs) dunked in a cup of coffee or served alongside a glass of wine are favorite holiday offerings in Santa Fe.
Holiday Festivities begin in November at Thanksgiving with the annual Lighting of the Plaza. Community gathers to watch trees decorated in colorful Christmas lights turn to light the darkened plaza area ushering in the holiday season. Black Friday shopping proves fun, exciting and profitable as local merchants fill stores and picture windows with unique and beautiful items discounted for folks to surprise loved ones back home! After Thanksgiving and until the Christmas week begins, Santa Fe visitors can walk enchanting downtown streets all decked out with holiday lights, décor and smells (as described above) in a more peaceful, quiet serene atmosphere. The town is less occupied, yet offers all the historic culture and charm plus holiday events to enjoy with Santa Fe lodging special like that of Pueblo Bonito b&b Inn -Santa Fe ($99+ for downtown lodging complete with in-room kiva fireplace!).
When it snows, Santa Fe can transform into a wonderful wintry snow land! Ski Santa Fe located 3,500 ft above downtown in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains (16 mile drive from Pueblo Bonito b&b Inn) offers downhill skiing, snow boarding and lessons for all ages Thanksgiving thru Easter.
Christmas Eve tradition features the historic Canyon Road, home to over 200 art galleries, a few shops and a handful of restaurants. Canyon Road and many of the downtown streets are closed to traffic while thousands of pedestrians stroll up and down Canyon Road with friendly greetings, spontaneous caroling, contagious smiles and utter enjoyment of the luminarias (piñon bonfires stationed along the street). People warming their hands over the bonfire, hot cocoa being sipped contently, flickering farolitos illuminating the way. It feels like the whole city has turned out for the festivities. Some shops and galleries are open offering hot chocolate, cider and cookies to share the holiday spirit. Worshipers attend Midnight mass at the
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis de Assisi. This beautiful Catholic cathedral engulfs New Mexico traditions and in itself is a special place to spend Christmas Eve.
Christmas Day most places of commerce are closed, but several Pueblos dances are available to enjoy throughout the day. Tesuque, Santo Domingo and other nearby Pueblos offer the Santa Fe Holiday traveler an extra special opportunity to view sacred Native American dances. Festive costumes, rich history and celebratory atmosphere are certain to create a one of a kind memorable Santa Fe Christmas for travelers of all ages!
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One of Santa Fe, NM’s best kept travel secrets is visiting in September, October and November. Fall and Pre-winter travel dates provide cooler temperatures (70s, 60s and even 50s by Thanksgiving) and lessened crowds (a selection of more popular Santa Fe restaurants will not require an hour wait!). One can reasonably argue, springtime to be equally preferred boasting similar climate temps and discounted room rates, however fall festivals and breathtaking foliage create a special travel season for Santa Fe , New Mexico.
Where to stay – another coveted travel secret- is the “2013 Guest Favorite Inn” awarded to Pueblo Bonito b&b in downtown. Nestled quietly next to the NM State capitol, this 150 yr old adobe pueblo-style compound creates a perfect travel package for history buff seeking to experience authentic Old Santa Fe accommodations. Mid-October thru Mid-May really highlight the glories of Pueblo Bonito Inn as each of it’s 18 enchanting guest rooms boast a working corner kiva fireplace! No need to imagine here. Slumber off to the real sound of crackling wood with a soft scent of pine providing a therapeutic ambiance of relaxation and enjoyment. Last, but not least the third best kept Santa Fe Travel secret is what to do… so many choices on any day of the week during the September, October and November months. We offer just a few:
SEPTEMBER SANTA FE TRAVEL EVENTS:
Aug 31-Sept 2: Labor Day Weekend: Fiesta Fine Arts & Crafts on the Plaza!
Sept 5, 7, 8: FIESTA de SANTA FE:*Burning of Zozobra- Thursday night celebration of burning of Old Man Gloom; Entrada de Don Diego de Vargas- Friday Fiesta Royalty reenactment; Food Booths; Band Stand on the Plaza; Parades- Friday, Saturday and Sunday day & night provide local culture through music, food, dance, arts and craft; Pet Parade: Saturday morning around the plaza locals share proudly their favorite pets in theme.
Sept 7: GREEN CHILI HARVEST FESTIVAL at SF FARMERS MARKET located at Santa Fe Railyard. Celebrate Northern New Mexico’s unique culture and history in chili. Produce, baked goods, jams, and other locally grown foods, and crafts. Every Tues & Saturday through November!
Sept 14, 15: PILAR ART STUDIO TOUR: In Pilar, NM.
FALL GOLD SALE at SKI SANTA FE in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains!: Enjoy mountain air, gold foliage and a trip aboard Ski Santa Fe’s Super Chief Quad Chairlift. Food by La Casa Café & Beer Garden by Santa Fe Brewing on the deck with live music. Great savings at Ski Santa Fe Sports Shop Pre Season Blowout Sale. Season Pass Sale.
Sept 21, 22:
*SANTA FE TRIATHALON: Sat 21st: 7:30 am Geneoveva Chavez Community Center: 5k run; 12 mile bike; 400 m swim.
*HIGH ROAD TO TAOS STUDIO TOUR: Scenic Byway is a lovely, winding road through Sangre de Cristo Mountains between Santa Fe and Taos with magnificent vistas of snow-capped peaks, alpine meadows, and charming traditional Spanish and Pueblo villages
*POJOUQUE RIVER ART TOUR: A uniquely Northern New Mexico tri-cultural art experience, includes nineteen studios and thirty-seven artists and artisans.
*SANTA FE RENESSANCE FAIR: 10 am – 6 pm A community event with proceeds to support the homeless. Held at
El Rancho de las Golondrinas- a Spanish colonial outdoor living history museum. 200 acres of historical recreations, including working gristmills, blacksmith, wheelwright and many other outstanding attractions of history to discover!
Sept 25-29: SANTA FE WINE/CHILI FESTIVAL: Demos and Testing’s; Parings and an Auction; Golf Tournament; Grand Tasting at the Opera House; Seminars and Luncheons; And so, so much to experience and enjoy in diverse cultures, foods and drinks!
Sept 28-29: HIGH ROAD TO TAOS STUDIO TOUR (2nd Weekend); POJOUQUE RIVER ART TOUR:
OCTOBER SANTA FE TRAVEL EVENTS:
October 5,6: *Harvest Festival at El Rancho de las Golondrinas- Bringing the harvest in with villagers as they crush grapes for wine by foot, string chile ristras, make tortillas, bake fresh bread and much more! Sat/Sun 10-4.
October 5-13: INTERNATIONAL ALBUQUERQUE BALLOON FIESTA: Always a breathtaking event with mass ascensions; evening glows; races; rides; special shapes; pin trading and so much more for every age to enjoy. Take the rail runner from Santa Fe depot in the morning to avoid the traffic/parking and return via rail runner to Pueblo Bonito b&b. This allows you to see the fiesta on the perfect weather day!
October 12-14: ABIQUIU STUDIO TOUR-Around beautiful Abiquiu, NM (just a 75 min drive from Pueblo Bonito Inn- Santa Fe). 10-5.
October 16-20: SANTA FE INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL: Five days of fun! Independent film screenings, community events, educational workshops- located within a short walk from Pueblo Bonito b&b inn!
October 19,20: GALISTEO STUDIO TOUR- A sleepy little village about 20 minutes from Pueblo Bonito b&b surrounded by spectacular foliage. An annual event which is the only time of year the public is invited to tour private studios and meet artists that call Galisteo (a classic New Mexican Village) home. 10-5.
NOVEMBER SANTA FE TRAVEL EVENTS:
Nov 1-20: IT’S ABOUT TIME – 14,000 Years of History thru Art: New Mexico History Museum (short walk from Pueblo Bonito Inn- Santa Fe). Trace art in the American Southwest from the earliest Clovis culture to present day. Native American, Hispanic and European American art. Exhibit emphasizes the prime objects of artistic change as part of the centennial celebration of New Mexico statehood.
*Nov 2 & 24: SANTA FE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS: Professional full-sized orchestra with volunteer chorus. Performance include: Nov 2: Voyages of Discovery; Nov 24: Handel’s Messiah (a must do for Thanksgiving visitors!).
Nov 7,8,9: TONY HILLERMAN WRITERS CONFERENCE! An intimate writers conference open to writers of all genres.
Nov 8,9,10: Fuze SW 2013: Food and Folklore Festival- New Mexico Museum of Art. Folklore and customs that created a uniquely New Mexican culinary tradition in a series of keynotes, talks, panel discussions, breakout sessions, creative interludes, and—of course—food! –
Nov 15,16, 22, 23: Greer Garson Theatre :‘Our Lady of 121st Street’. Comedy created by co-artistic director of New York’s Labyrinth Theatre Company. A group of acquaintances attend wake of former teacher (a nun) whose body was stolen. As the search for her corpse continues, we meet a cast of characters both hilarious and tragic.
Nov 24- THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY in Santa Fe! You’ve never experiences Black Friday the Santa Fe way! Come host in the Holidays via New Mexico style. If it snows- the Ski Basin will open. If it doesn’t, the shops and cultural events will be in full force! No way you can loose by celebrating Thanksgiving in Santa Fe, NM. Great nightly and group rates always available at your favorite Santa Fe bed and breakfast inn- Pueblo Bonito 1-800-461-4599 www.pueblobonitoinn.com
Spring is a fantastic season to create a memorable New Mexico Bird watching vacation as activity naturally increases and migrating birds return. Birders not knowing where to find spring birds can easily miss out on seeing many spectacular species native to Santa Fe and New Mexico. Knowing where to find and watch birds can lead to unique bird sightings and opportunities leading to refreshing and renewed interests in birding after long winter months.
Pueblo Bonito B&B inn in downtown Santa Fe creates a unique and distinctively memorable opportunity to enjoy up close and personal an inviting outdoor atmosphere for native New Mexico birds to viewed. Early Spring (May) sightings of Tangers (below left) resting on blooming branches of one of our large elm trees at Pueblo Bonito Inn as well as Rufous Towee (below right).
Commonly seen at Pueblo Bonito b&b inn – Santa Fe throughout the summer months are Mountain Blue Jays- large in size with beautiful displays of distinctive powder blue breast; Sparrows- buckskin brown in color and petite in stature, yet large in personality; and hummingbirds which are always a popular sight and sound!
Not as commonly seen at Pueblo Bonito b&b, but a delight when spotted is the roadrunner- New Mexico’s official state bird. We do see these little guys running along the sides of highways and byways frequently throughout New Mexico, as well as down streets of Santa Fe while momentarily flying over a fence (contrary to the popular belief- they do fly!).
Where to Find Birds in Santa Fe in Spring: Keys to finding birds in spring is to look for areas with freshly sprouting green and flowers. These are critical clues to attract both resident birds and visiting migrants. While spring birds can appear in any area, birder watchers who visit the right areas will see many more species. To find the most spring birds, check out…Migration Flyways: In both spring and fall, birds travel similar routes between their wintering grounds and breeding grounds. Visiting nature refuges and birding hotspots along migration flyways can be very productive birding during spring migration.
SPECIAL BIRD WATCHING ACTIVITIES for SANTA FE VACATIONS:
*ESPANOLA WILDLIFE CENTER: http://www.thewildlifecenter.org/ Operated under both state and federal permits regulating the capture, care, rehabilitation, release or “taking” for educational purposes of wild animals, this is a one-of-a-kind experience for real birders! We financially support this exceptional organization and have the pleasure to meet a few of their rehabilitation patients like a Red-Tailed Hawk, Bald Eagle, Falcon, even bear, coyote and skunks! Reservations a must and not always guaranteed available, but worth a call to see if possible! 505-753-9505
*Every Saturday en Santa Fe: RANDALL DAVEY AUDUBON CENTER- Located at the top of upper canyon Rd, a short 5 minute drive from Pueblo Bonito b&b inn- Santa Fe, NM. Every Saturday a naturalist will lead a walk around the RDAC grounds at 8:00 am. Binoculars can be provided. Dress appropriately. All welcome. For information, call: 983-4609.
*Saturday, June 8, 2013 PRITZLAFF RANCH- This is an all-day trip. This 3,250 acre ranch, about a half-hour north of Las Vegas, NM has riparian, scrub-oak, and ponderosa pine habitat. Plan to walk a lot, bring lunch, water, and layers of clothing. Meet at 7:00 am at Pecos Trail Café- about a 3 mile drive from Inn at Pueblo Bonito- Santa Fe. Leader: Jerry Friedman, 505-753-2046, firstname.lastname@example.org
*Saturday, July 20 AMERICAN SPRINGS, WATER CANYON- A 1/2 day trip looking for mountain species, especially warblers, above Los Alamos . Could be lots of walking if the trip hikes up Water Canyon. Conversely, a light- weight folding stool could be useful at the American Springs Road washout. Bring food and drink. Meet at DeVargas Mall at 6:30 am- just 5 minute drive from Pueblo Bonito b&b inn -Santa Fe on Paseo de Peralta. Contact leaders for trip status and more information. Leaders: Gail Szpatura (505-471-4426 email@example.com/ Mary Ristow 505-820-0906, firstname.lastname@example.org
*Sunday August 4 WATROUS/VALMORA ROAD – This narrow road harbors riparian birds, Lewis’s Woodpeckers, orioles, and eastern strays. Bring food, water, all supplies. Driving time from Santa Fe (about 1.5 hours) makes this a 3/4 day trip. Limited to 12 participants with priority given to Sangre de Cristo Audubon members until one week prior to trip. Leaders: Roger Clark, 505-231-7369, email@example.com, Wyatt Egelhoff, 505-946-8028 firstname.lastname@example.org
*Wednesday, September 11 SANTA ROSA AND SPIRITHAVEN RANCH – This rull day fall migration trip along the Pecos River visit’s the Spirithaven Ranch in Santa Rosa with an afternoon stop at Ruby Ranch just north of Las Vegas. Songbird migrants and some lingering breeders such as Common Black-hawk at Spirithaven are the target birds. There will be a 6 am departure and 5 pm return to Santa Fe. ($25 per car entry fee at Ruby Ranch, an Audubon Important Bird Area)- Trip limited to 12 participants. Priority to Sangre de Cristo members until one week before trip. Call or email Linda Mowbray; (505) 989-8295, email@example.com to be placed on the list of participants. Leader: Bill West .
Car Pooling for New Mexico Bird watching trips above:
Pecos Trail Cafe: Located at 2239 Old Pecos Trail at the intersection of Old Pecos Trail and Calle Espejo. Park and meet on Calle Espejo.
DeVargas Mall: Located at Paseo de Peralta and Guadalupe Street- five minute drive from Inn at Pueblo Bonito- Santa Fe. Meet in the parking lot in front of Starbucks on the south side of the mall. Sangre de Cristo Audubon Society Field Trips are designed to promote understanding and appreciation of wildlife, their habitats as well as cultivate awareness of outdoor ethics in an atmosphere of friendly companionship. Field trips are free and open to the public. Entry fees are required and driving costs are shared. Participants are expected to carpool whenever possible. Please wear walking shoes and clothing appropriate for weather. Bring water, lunch, and binoculars. No pets. Always call the trip leader before the trip. Trips may be cancelled for a variety of reasons.
*Daytrip information compliments of Randal Davey Audubon Center Newsletter.
Only in New Mexico… Only at the Santa Fe Opera! Combine an incredible facility, setting, riveting 2013 performance schedule and Pueblo Bonito Inn- Santa Fe’s extremely convenient location and affordability- who wouldn’t indulge in a world renown cultural event like the Santa Fe Opera? Highly recommended to New Mexico travelers staying at Pueblo Bonito Inn- Santa Fe in June, July or August. So many reason to take advantage of this “Santa Fe must do“, here are a few!
Architecture: The SF Opera is admired for its blend of traditional Southwestern style and elegance. Less than 7 miles north of Pueblo Bonito b&b in downtown Santa Fe, this striking, state-of-the-art, open-air theater theatre has won several design awards. It’s widely recognized for blending contemporary design aesthetics with traditional building materials. Presenting a panorama of breathtaking background scenery, the Jemez Mountains to the west and Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the east create a one-of-a-kind night “performance” of their own. The current theatre opened in 1998 and combines a total area 26,615 square feet of sweeping stage and mezzanine roofs which have a clerestory joining the two roofs. The “shape of the sound” inspired the roof concept has curves that follow the acoustic reflections of sound from stage to audience. Due to the unique roof size and design, it is capable of collecting rainwater- approximately 60,000 gallons can be stored annually and used to maintain the opera grounds!
Art & History: Designed by John Crosby in 1956, primarily with the goal to give American singers the opportunity to learn and perform new roles while having ample time for rehearsal and preparation, its first season opened on July 3, 1957. SFO is internationally known for introducing new operas as well as for productions of standard operatic repertoire. Since its inception, the Santa Fe Opera has staged over forty American and eleven international premieres, and has commissioned nine new operas.
SFO General Director, Charles MacKay describes it best: “Finding the right mix of repertory is our challenge each year — with a world premiere, a new production of a rare Rossini masterpiece, an Offenbach comedy, classic Mozart and a beloved opera by Verdi, Santa Fe offers operas for the adventurous and the neophyte. To be sure, beautiful music abounds!”
Santa Fe Evening Entertainment: Enjoy the sites, flavors, sounds, arts and culture of Santa Fe during daylight hours and save night time hours to tantalize your senses at the SFO! Nightly performances always begin at 8:00 or 8:30 pm with optional tours prior and tailgating is always an option (a great way to make a memory)! Intermission always includes an indiscernible sunset and mountain views!
Opera Shuttle Service: A comfortable ride to the Opera offering an early or later Santa Fe shuttle ($20 round-trip) for Opera goers with pickup location options just a few blocks walk from Pueblo Bonito Inn-Santa Fe. Early shuttle arrives 2.5 hours prior to Opera performance for patrons to attend the Preview Buffet or first Prelude Talk. Later shuttle arrives to Opera 30 minutes prior to start of performance. Purchase directly from SFO at least 48 hours in advance and do tend to sell out early. www.SantaFeOpera.org
2013 Schedule Opera- Santa Fe, NM
The Grand Duchess of Gerostein/ Offenbach- A sexy, spoiled aristocrat has an eye for a young cadet at the local military academy. There’s just one problem: He’s already engaged. This means war games- portrayed through a tuneful hilarious romp! 8:30 pm June 28; July 3, 6, 12, 19; 8:00 pm July 30; Aug 7, 15, 21, 24
The Marriage of Figaro/ Mozart- The magic of romance and the genius of Mozart make for an evening of total enchantment. Not-so-secret passions collide and love is everywhere- but who’s hiding behind the chair? 8:30 pm June 29; July 5,10; 8:00 pm Aug 3, 8, 13, 20, 23.
La Traviata/ Verdi-With some of the most famous melodies in all of opera, Verdi’s music provides a beautiful depiction of lovers tragically caught between the ways of the heart and the ways of the world. 8:30 pm July 20, 24 8:00 pm July 29, Aug 2,5,10,16,22
La Donna del Lago/Rossini- Who is the mysterious lady of the lake? That’s just one of the secrets revealed in Rossini’s most romantic masterpiece, a showcase for bel canto singing adapted from one of Sir Walter Scott’s most popular novels. 8:30 pm July 13, 17, 26; 8:00 pm Aug 1, 6, 14
Oscar/Theodore Morrison- Based on events from the controversial life of Oscar Wilde, this world premiere work illuminates the human side of this literary genius. 8:30 pm July 27; 8:00 pm July 31; Aug 9, 12, 17.
TICKETS START AT $30!! Ticketing/performance details: www.SantaFeOpera.org
Preferred Lodging: Pueblo Bonito Inn- Santa Fe- 2012 Guest Favorite b&b 1-800-461-4599
Whether you’re planning a New Mexico vacation, a Santa Fe visit or permanent relocation, you’ll come to realize that Santa Fe is “the City Different”. Why is Santa Fe known as “The City Different“?
Unlike many vacation destinations you may have visited, Santa Feans are extremely friendly and our town itself is smaller, more intimate- yet Santa Fe boasts attractions that easily stand up to many a metropolis:
*World Class art galleries and museums
*Family entertainment, events, and festivals
*Gourmet dining; Opera/Symphony performances and other cultural nightlife
*History, Rich Native American culture, Unique architecture
*National Parks and natural beauty abound
*Easy access to nearby sites and day trips
*Numerous opportunities for worship and spirituality
*Easy convenient, walkable downtown with historic sites, cultural events, performances etc.
Santa Fe is “the City Different” because, unlike other cities, our history is an integral part of our day-to-day life, augmented by modernity rather than erased by it. Established by indigenous hunters and gatherers, influenced by Hispanic immigrants and explorers, and populated over the centuries by numerous other European descendants, Santa Fe continues to embrace new diversity and to celebrate our cultural heritage. Legacies from these earlier groups endure in harmony: in nearby pueblos and reservations, through diverse festivals and traditions, even in the local foods grown and eaten and in the beauty that nurtures us.
No American city has ever been more beautiful and well preserved. Centuries ago, newcomers were drawn to this area because of the scenic splendor. They stayed because the earth offered bountiful lands providing precious minerals and gems, including gold, silver, and turquoise. Today, unique among many cities, Santa Fe New Mexico boasts spectacular views and experiences of nature. Several mountain ranges – visible wherever you turn—beckon to hikers, skiers, birdwatchers, horseback riders and nature enthusiasts. The Rio Grande replenishes the high desert plains and valleys, sustaining productive fields to supply local farmers and markets, as well as pastures for domesticated cattle and buffalo and the wild herds of antelope will take your breath away when sight them from the highways and byways.
Finally, Santa Fe has earned its nickname because it truly is different, in indescribable ways. There is a spirit here which defies definition, yet you feel it in the purity of the air, in the vivid colors of each season, in the deep blue of the heavens and the vastness of the night sky. There is an ethereal quality that turns mere neighbors into lifelong friends as locals take things a little slower, living by the unspoken code of “manana”. One stands a little taller, breathes a little easier, relaxes and smells the roses in the City Different.
We invite you to come and experience this delightful City of Difference and allow us at Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn to provide your accommodations- making your Santa Fe vacation a time to remember. Call us at 1-800-461-4599 or book online at
Thanksgiving in New Mexico is a time for gathering with family and loved ones, expressing gratitude and, of course, eating- yes lots of eating! A truly memorable and one of a kind Thanksgiving vacation to Santa Fe wouldn’t be the same without this all of the important aspect of tantalizing New Mexico cuisine! Over 150 restaurants to choose from in the downtown area alone provided plenty of options: creative, traditional, eclectic and more! Within a short stroll from Pueblo Bonito b&b you’ll find (5 or less minutes) : Restaurant Martin, Galisteo Bistro, Rio Chama, Blue Corn Café; 10 minutes or less: La Casa Sena, Geronimos, The Compound to name just a few.
After dining with family and friends this holiday, New Mexicans can pay tribute to the spirit of the very first Thanksgiving by honoring Native American culture. The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts’ (SWAIA) Winter Indian Market, held every year the weekend after Thanksgiving Day, features row after row of Native American art, handcrafted by more than 100 artists. (The larger Summer Indian Market, also run by SWAIA, features the work of more than 1,100 artists.) The fair, which dates back almost 100 years, also offers native cuisine, ranging from “Pueblo style oven bread and pies” to Navajo blue corn pancakes. Admission is free for this annual event, held at the Santa Fe Convention Center. November 24-25, Admission: $5.
Ski Santa Fe- The 2012/2013 Ski/Snowboard season is currently scheduled to open Thanksgiving Day. Since weather is one element mankind is unable to control, we hope that the “El Nino” weather pattern holds true for this season! An exceptional Family skiing experience begins in a city that has been in the top 10 tourist destinations for years. Ski Santa Fe appeals to snow enthusiasts who desire a great mountain experience and something more than a typical resort. Ski and snowboard in fresh powder all day, then take in world-class art, dining, and culture at night. Ski Santa Fe is conveniently located just 18 miles northeast of Pueblo Bonito b&b inn - Santa Fe (an easy 20-25 minute drive). Ski Santa Fe is in the Santa Fe National Forest; has a base elevation of 10,350′; peak elevation of 12,053′; vertical drop of 1,703′; average annual snowfall of 225″. Ski acreage is 660 consisting of 45 runs with 40% expert, 40% intermediate, and 20% novice. Snowboarding is allowed on 50% of trails. Lift lines are generally short and ticket prices affordable as compared to highly commercialized ski resorts.
The La Cienega Studio Tour. La Cienega is a lush valley about 15 miles from Pueblo Bonito bed & breakfast inn and accessed from I-25. Once a Spanish land grant, this quaint little village is home to many different kinds of artists from painters, ceramic artists to sculptors and woodworkers. Thanksgiving weekend, these artists open their studios for tours and intriguing conversations! Nov 24, 25, 2012
Hiking! A year round family activity for which notable hikes near Santa Fe, New Mexico consist of:
*Aspen Vista Trail - Popular and easy trail in Sangre de Cristo Mountains located on Ski Basin Road at the 13 mile marker.
*Dale Ball Trails – A system of interconnecting trails for hikers that connect it to the Nature Conservancy Trail, the Dorothy Stewart Trail, and the Atalaya Trail.
*Atalaya Mountain Trail - Another popular trail leading toward the summit of Atalaya Mountain (9,000 feet elevation at the peak). This is a steep trail near the summit, and provides spectacular views of Santa Fe. Access is at the St Johns College parking lot which is less than a 5 minute drive from Pueblo Bonito Inn- Santa Fe.
*The Nature Conservancy Trail – One of the closest trails to Pueblo Bonito b&b- Santa Fe and access is from parking area on Upper Canyon rd. Ruins of an old dam are notable on this trail which runs along the original route of the Santa Fe river.
*Tent Rocks Trail – One of our favorites! A beautiful 40 minute drive from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn and located in Tent Rocks National Monument in Cochiti Pueblo. Prime viewing of exquisite rock formations await the moderately skilled hiker for which the park has been named.
A trail guide is available at the City of Santa Fe website.
Planning a Santa Fe vacation of 3 or more days? We seriously encourage you to add this day trip to your itinerary. With so many and diverse sites to experience and enjoy in and around Santa Fe, one must make choices to make the most out of travel time allotments. Thus, this Santa Fe day trip is designed to highlight the natural beauty of surrounding areas, convenience, and native American culture and history which is rich in influence of Northern New Mexico.
We begin this memorable day trip after a restful night sleep from one of many Santa Fe lodging providers. We recommend Pueblo Bonito bed & breakfast which most recent was voted 2012 “Guest Favorite bed & breakfast” from over 8,500 properties throughout the US and Canada. This enchanting yet affordable b&b provides the perfect historic adobe pueblo-style Santa Fe lodging in a quiet downtown compound to create a memorable Santa Fe vacation experience. Prior to departure, make sure you have good walking shoes, a water bottle and light snack as we will be exploring some exquisite sites which may not have food sales when you need it.
Heading north on St Francis Drive (NM 285) out of Santa Fe you will find yourself heading straight into the breathtaking natural beauty of the Jemez Mountains. Just a short 9 miles north of Santa Fe you will enter the Tesuque pueblo. Farming is the primary activity of Tesuque men, while women are known to produce brightly colored pottery highlighting traditional design themes for decorative figurines (story teller dolls). Tesuque pueblo is considered one of the most traditional of the Tewa speaking pueblos and dates back to 1200 AD. It is one of the smallest Northern New Mexico pueblos but is rich in tradition. Known for a reverence of religious ceremonies -the excellence in costume and execution of dance rituals – can be a special treat for visitors. Popular Tesuque dances are held in November (Harvest Dance) and December (Deer & Buffalo Dances).
Boarding north of the Tesuque Pueblo is the Pojoaque Pueblo (known as “where the water cuts through“). This pueblo dates back to 500 AD and has always maintained a strong cultural identity as it was known by its Tewa speaking neighbors as “The Gathering Place”. Though not as popular for tourist viewing as other nearby pueblos, the Poeh Cultural center is responsible for teaching Native Studio Art to Indian students as a process of culture regeneration. Annual dances are open to the public in December and January on their plaza.
Santa Clara Pueblo (known as the valley of the roses) just 24 miles north of Santa Fe and 1 mile southwest on NM 30, offers visitors many attractions including tours of the pre-historic Puye Cliff Dwellings and fishing. There are few places in northern New Mexico that can compare to the majestic beauty of the Santa Clara landscape. The Santa Clara pueblo has a strong tribal government and prosperous economy. This pueblo has high regard for education both tribal heritage and modern education. Some dances and community festivals are open to the public. In honor of patron St Clare, Harvest and Corn Dances are performed in August while in June, St Anthony Feast Day dances feature Comanche Dancing.
Southwest of Santa Clara, the San Ildefonso pueblo is 15 miles north of Santa Fe on 502 and is the most famous New Mexico Pueblo. Known for its black-on-black pottery technique which was originated here, then revived in the 1920’s and is now famous primarily because of potter Maria Martinez. These pueblo people have lived at this site since 1300 AD and retain ancient ceremonies and ritual tenaciously as well as tribal dancing. The Buffalo Deer dance is a particularly important festival performed during harvest time. Highly valued among the San Ildefonso people is education for which Tewa is primary spoken and English is secondary. A high percentage of high school graduates attend college or vocational school.
Ohkay Owingeh (aka San Juan) has a well known art center where visitors may watch artists work in a variety of art forms- jewelry, pottery, textile, etc. Other works from over 100 artists may be purchased. This pueblo has a two part social system- a winter people and a summer people- thus numerous ceremonies take place throughout the year and can provide an interesting aspect for visitors. For example, the Deer Dance is to provide prosperity for upcoming year and is performed by winter people in January or February. Humor is an important element and can be seen in dances like the Buffalo, Basket and Cloud performed throughout the year and will have traditional clowns accompany and tease the serious dancers. The Ohkay Owingeh people have a complex and fascinating cultural history. Their physical world is divided in 3 parts. First: the village and surrounding land belongs to the realm of women. Second: the hills and mesa surrounding the village is both men and women realm. Third: all that is beyond the second (all that is of hunting and protection from the hostile outside world) is exclusively the realm of men. All dances and ceremonies are centered around this division and relate to various aspects of seasonal and daily life.
Our last stop on our Santa Fe daytrip to immerse ourselves in Native American New Mexico history and culture is Bandelier National Monument. Bandelier’s history extends back over 10,000 yrs. Nomadic hunter-gatherers followed migrating wildlife across the mesas and canyons to settle here in Frijoles Canyon. By 1150 AD these people began building more permanent settlements. Reminders of these past times are still evident in the park as are the strong ties of the modern Pueblo people. By 1550 the Ancestral Pueblo people moved from homes here to pueblos along the Rio Grande (Cochiti, San Felipe, San Ildefonso, Santa Clara, Santo Domingo). In the mid-1700’s Spanish settlers with Spanish land grants made their homes in Frijoles Canyon. In 1880 Jose Montoya of Cochiti Pueblo brought Adolph F. A. Bandelier to Frijoles Canyon to show his people’s ancestral homelands. In 1916 President Woodrow Wilson enacted legislation to create Bandelier National Monument. Between 1934 and 1941 workers from the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) worked from a camp constructed in Frijoles Canyon and built the road into Frijoles Canyon, the visitor center, a new lodge, and miles of trails. Several years during World War II the park was closed to the public and the Bandelier lodge was used to house Manhattan Project scientists and military personnel.
As we leave Bandelier National Monument, heading back to Santa Fe, take a moment and enjoy the breathtaking vistas and colors of the land. It’s indescribable as is the sunset if you are lucky enough to time your return just right. May we make one last suggestion? After a full day trip of memorable New Mexico Pueblo hopping, stop in at Gabrielle’s Restaurant in Pojoaque- best guacamole in New Mexico. Made fresh at your table with crisp chips and a frosty margarita are definitely a refreshing and delicious respite. To get to Gabrielle’s you’ll take the first exit off of NM 285 after Buffalo Thunder and cross over to the left. Take an other left at the stop sign to access frontage road and Gabrielle’s is off to the right. NOTE: When you leave the restaurant take a moment to look at the land formations and color serrations just behind Gabrielle’s. They are breath taking! After your camera has run out of batteries, your ready to return home to Pueblo Bonito b&b and put your feet up, relax and rest comfortably in your welcoming adobe pueblo-style casita complete with kiva fireplace (or air conditioner as the season dictates). Hope you enjoyed the trip! We’ve enjoyed having you along with us on our Santa Fe day trip to New Mexico Pueblos within 30 miles of Santa Fe, NM!