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It can get really cold in New Mexico during January and February. And that is good, because everyone can enjoy lots of winter activities along with hot springs, saunas, jacuzzis… the best of both worlds. Santa Fe is a city to visit at any time of the year. Many choose to come during the beginning […]

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How to Make the Light Brighter at Home in Santa Fe

Welcoming and fascinating all-year-round, Santa Fe gets even better during December. Old and new homes along with vacation rentals get decorated with Farolitos and lights of all sizes and colors.  December is Santa Fe is simply magical. Besides the Farolitos tradition and the snow decorates all the surrounding mountains, it’s the perfect time to get […]

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It’s no secret that many people come to Santa Fe to enjoy the Georgia O’Keeffe museum along with the multiple galleries in and around the city. Definitely, when it comes to good art, this is the place to be. But many more make their artistic dreams come true every year, because starting in November until […]

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1,2,3… Dancing salsa in Santa Fe

Salsa arrived from the Caribbean by way of New York, and it certainly made a home in the country. Santa Fe, of course, could not be an exception. Visitors get to Santa Fe for the art, the mountains, the spas and the year-round sports activities. Not many get there to take salsa lessons, or even […]

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Look up! The magic of air balloons in Santa Fe

Balloons, colors, shapes and mesmerized faces all around. This and more fun is what you can expect at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. WOW! That’s perhaps one the words you will hear most in and around Albuquerque, New Mexico, from October 6 to the 14, during the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. No matter what age […]

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Artistry like no other: Santa Fe Indian Market

Santa Fe’s history is never so alive, rich and palpable as it is every August, during one week, when vendors and buyers from all over the world come to the Santa Fe Indian Market. Culture, beauty and history come together to enchant everyone. It’s been 96 years since the first Indian Market took place in […]

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Santa Fe Spanish Market: A Tradition to Experience!

The rich Hispanic culture of Northern New Mexico is celebrated during the renown Spanish Market, an annual event that every July gathers permanent and temporary residents along from visitors from all over the world, at the heart of Santa Fe. In 2018, July 28 and 29 are the chosen dates for everyone to gather around […]

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Nature & Opera= magical time in Santa Fe

Many people don’t know this about Santa Fe, but its artsy vibes it’s not limited to paintings and hand crafts. Opera is also part of the list. And it’s out of this world. Imagine yourself surrounded by green mountains, a shiny blue sky, a crisp feeling in the air… and you are sitting in front […]

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The Healing Nature of Santa Fe

Timeless cultures, traditions and beliefs are still a vibrant part of Santa Fe. Anyone can feel it in the air. It’s not only fresh and clean, but it also has a special quality that makes you feel you are in sacred land, a place where it’s easier to create deep connections. For over 400 years, […]

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The Art of Eating Well in Santa Fe

It’s true that fantastic works of art can be found in Santa Fe, and perhaps that’s the main reason visitors choose this city as a vacation destination. But many are also attracted or surprised to find the most amazing food in almost every corner of the city. Any seasoned traveler will tell you that when […]

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