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Geronimo - Santa Fe, New Mexico

Two Santa Fe Restaurants Named Top 100 in Nation

Two Santa Fe Restaurants have made the list of OpenTable's 100 Best Restaurants in America. That's an incredible feat considering that more than 20,000 restaurants were considered. Both Geronimo and Arroyo Vino were named to the Top 100 based on verified diner reviews across the nation. SEE
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Santa Fe is the 6th Most Cat Lady Friendly City in the United States

Santa Fe Sixth Most Cat Lady Friendly City

New research shows that Santa Fe, New Mexico is the sixth most Cat Lady Friendly City in the nation. The research was part of a two-year market data study conducted by Nielsen Scarborough, which surveyed more than 400,000 people. The study found that by a 2-1 margin, women are more likely than
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Indian Country: The Art of David Bradley Coming to Santa Fe

The Santa Fe Museum of Indian Arts and Culture will be featuring the exhibit, "Indian Country: The Art of David Bradley" starting February 15, 2015. The exhibit will run 11 months, through January 16, 2016. The exhibit will feature 32 works of art by David Bradley, including bronze sculptures,
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Santa Fe - 10th Best City to Live

Santa Fe is the 10th Best City in the World

The 2014 Conde Nast Traveler Reader Choice Awards are in and Santa Fe was chosen as the 10th best city in the world. Readers voted on the Top 25 cities. Santa Fe placed higher than cities like Vienna (Austria), Siena (Italy), and Sydney (Australia). SEE ALSO: Hiking Trails in Santa Fe Here's
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Santa Fe – A Great Place to Live

(Santa Fe Lifestyles) We could give you hundreds of reasons as to why Santa Fe is the best place to live. But we wanted to share with you the opinions of others. For example, just last year Kiplinger's named Santa Fe the #4 best small to mid-sized city in the United States to live. Their
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Hiking Trails in Santa Fe (Aspen Vista, Chamis, Borrego, Atalaya)

Winter and indoor exercising can mean keeping company with a treadmill, and sometimes for longer than we would like!  We can't wait for warmer weather, and when the sunshine does come calling the opportunity for outdoor exercising seems like so much more than a breathe of fresh air, and as it
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When Art Meets Historic Architecture

The New Mexico Museum of Art (the oldest art museum in New Mexico) opened its doors in 1917, perhaps as the first contemporary art museum in the country.  Designed by architects Rapp and Rapp, the building personifies the graceful simplicity of the Pueblo Revival style.  The architects'
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Mountain Skiing in Santa Fe, New Mexico

National Forests are America's great outdoors, and we are fortunate to have some of the finest mountain scenery in the Southwest.  Found in the 1.6 million acre Santa Fe National Forest, the conifer trees appear as the gentle giants watching over this protected land and some of the animals that
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Taking time for tea can increase your mañana, which means a laid back attitude that instills patience.

Teatime Means Slow Down

When moving to Santa Fe one of the first terms you may learn is the word mañana, which more often than not can refer to the southwest lifestyle, or what we like to call – a laid back attitude that instills patience!  Quickly you will learn to accept, ‘tomorrow at an unspecified future
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Catch The Spirit Of Santa Fe

  Autumn in the Land of Enchantment kicks off fiesta time, America's oldest community event to commemorate the reoccupation of Santa Fe, led by Don Diego de Vargas in 1692.  The history grounds the people here (along with the food!), and in the air is the aroma of freshly harvested and
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