Start off with the fact that there's plenty of parking and easy access - even a trolley stop right next door..
Where would I start? The blacksmith's shop where they do *real* smithing and make all sorts of equipment for Old Town? The old-time shops? The historical buildings? The 19th century saloon and hotel?
My best surprise was the restaurants with their open-air seating areas. For the first time in my life I had Mexican food that I genuinely enjoyed - not just some kind of meat and taco shells with enough jalapeno to start a forest fire dumped on them.
My only complaint was that some of the places closed a little early (like the old newspaper) but I should have been more observant. It may have been largely due to us being there off season (February)
You can easily spend a few hours here. There's really only one "typical" tourist shop and that's what makes this place all the more charming.
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