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Half-Day Santa Fe Food and History Walking Tour
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Half-Day Santa Fe Food and History Walking Tour
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Though it is perhaps known as an artistic hub, Santa Fe also has a celebrated culinary scene that no foodie should miss. On this walking tour designed for adventurous gourmands, you can enjoy more of the city's favorite cuisine with a guide leading the way. Enjoy stops at several eateries to sample New Mexican flavors, sip wine, and even learn how the area's cultural history has shaped its nuanced cuisine.
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We went here for spring break March 13-20 week but due to Coronavirus they closed Ski SF. If you were hoping for snow you can still head up the mountain and pull off on the right at Big Tesuque in Hyde Park. It was beautiful and had feet of snow for sledding and play. We
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First time skier! Ski Santa Fe offers group or private lessons, and I spent the day with my instructor (Shane) and a small group. Shane was patient and got us on our skis quickly. By the end of the day, I was flying down the green hill. Ski Santa Fe provides lots of lunch
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During the fall of 2019, two photographer friends and I went in search of yellow-leafed aspens in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado to shoot. We ventured into southern Colorado first, but we were too late: most of the aspens had already lost their leaves. So we drove
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Back here for the first time in 15 years. Fantastic skiing conditions. Great adult beverages at Totemoffs. A bit chaotic and crowded on the Saturday of Presidents Day weekend. I'll be back.
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no crowds, reasonable prices and excellent multi-day program for locals. During the week, you will not encounter lift lines, nor crowded runs.
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