The Land of Enchantment is blue skies, cozy adobe, altitude, Christmas on a plate, the smell of piñon, turquoise, sage brush and the wild west.

 

Vinaigrette, Santa Fe

Vinaigrette is my kind of place. Organic farm to table food. Salads, and outdoor seating on a pretty patio. This is what I like. It's a great place to take a break from delicious but heavy New Mexican food. You can load up on nutrient dense food at Vinny’s. Juice,...

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La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa

La Posada de Santa Fe is an art-centric four diamond luxury hotel that makes a great introduction to Santa Fe, aka "The City Different." With a festive atmosphere, over 600 works of art, and cozy rooms with fireplaces. this historical property is located just a couple...

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Four Seasons Santa Fe Rancho Encantado

Once a 57-acre dude ranch and stomping ground for western movie stars practicing their horseback riding skills, the Four Seasons Santa Fe Rancho Encantado is the ideal New Mexico resort for those wishing to marinate in culture, habitat and luxury. This "Enchanted...

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Los Poblanos Inn, Albuquerque

My favorite thing in Albuquerque, New Mexico is the enchanting organic farm known as Los Poblanos Inn. It’s just 15 minutes from the airport and in the heart of the city, but it feels secluded and far away. The drive down the tree-lined entrance is like an escape into...

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El Monte Sagrado, Taos

El Monte Sagrado Hotel is the place to stay in Taos. If New Mexico is The Land of Enchantment, this is the hotel-embodiment of that. The second you walk into the lobby, this place is mesmerizing. Floor to (literally) sparkling ceiling, this hotel is a masterpiece. The...

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The Love Apple, Taos

Every now and then I come across a restaurant that I can't get out of my head for years.  The Love Apple is one of those. If I lived in Taos, this is where I would want to come for special occasions like birthdays and celebrations. Everything about it is divine. The...

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Routes Bike Tours, Albuquerque

When I'm in an unfamiliar city, I really appreciate having a guide show me around. Especially on bike, and because I'm usually traveling with a child. Having that extra adult there who knows the lay of the land is wonderful. Our guide, Patrick, was as nice as a person...

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