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Taos Plaza is the center of town. It has numerous shops and restaurants. It also has the La Fonda hotel. It has great Christmas lights at night during the season. They have toned them down since last year. You also go and shop the off-plaza...More
Lots of history and charm here. It is a town square with a park-like center. Great place to shop and stroll. We visited at night shortly before Christmas. The cottonwood trees were beautifully decorated with Christmas lights, while Christmas music was playing. We enjoyed it.
Beware of this store! Owner is very rude and condescending. Does not stand behind the products sold! Have shopped here for several years after he purchased business,never had a problem with a product.But when I did have an issue- owner very rude and argumentative. They...More
Like larger Santa Fe down the road, the Taos Plaza is a town square bordered by shops, mostly catering to tourists. It's a nice plaza, but comparatively small next to Santa Fe and will command your attention for significantly less time. Traffic getting to and...More
What's with all the cheap Chinese crap for sale on the Taos Plaza? Rubber tomahawks? Please. I didn't come all this way to buy Asian junk labeled "Taos"! I found one store that sells stuff that's made in New Mexico, and, not coincidentally, it's called Made In New Mexico. It's on the west side of the square. By the way, they provide free wireless Internet on the plaza that I found pretty helpful. If you know of other stores that sell NM stuff in Taos or Santa Fe, please post them...More
September 06, 2007|
Sometimes its good to get off of the Plaza. Most of the shops On Bent Street have locally made items, as do many of the other stores in Taos proper. You might also enjoy the village of Arroyo Seco which has many artists and artisans. Enjoy!
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Quick day trip to Taos (3 Replies)
My husband had business in Taos today, so I tagged along. We drove from our house south of Santa Fe, got to Taos in 2 hours! The drive north of Santa Fe, through Pojoaque, Espanola takes quite a bit of time due to construction, traffic etc. We had time for some shopping and late lunch near Bent St and the historic John Dunn House shops. Fun shops including Mooncat Fiber, a wonderful fiber/yarn shop and one of the best selections of SW fabrics at Taos Adobe Quilting nearby. Great late...More
May 11, 2014|
Fun, Casa, & you couldn't have picked a more beautiful day. The flowering bushes & trees are luscious! We're here now & getting ready to go to the arts & crafts in the park that has been going on all weekend.
Baton Rouge, LA
Help on 10 day itinerary (18 Replies)
I have been reading some itineraries, and a lot of people are saying stick with north or south, but we would really like to see both. Please read over our itinerary and let me know if it would be feasible. I would really appreciate it. I understand its a road trip and we will be driving a lot, but we certainly dont want to be so tired after vacation that we need a vacation. Day 1: Baton Rouge to Dallas, night in Dallas. Day 2: Dallas to Santa Fe. Night in Santa Fe, dinner in Santa Fe...More
May 12, 2009|
oh and we are a married couple, mid 20s so fairly active. If that helps. lol.