Santa Fe Unlimited: A Comprehensive Guide to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, and just a short drive from the legendary Route 66, you will find the historic town of Santa Fe, New Mexico. A melting pot of three cultures, the Indian, Spanish and Anglo, Santa Fe is rich in the history of the Old West and the creativity of the early Canyon Road art scene. As a booming community filled with traders, trappers and pioneers, it was the end of the original Santa Fe Trail. Today, Santa Fe is widely known for its still-thriving Southwestern art tradition, vast recreational activities (such as skiing, hiking, fly fishing, white water rafting and hot air ballooning), and as the host of the annual world renown Santa Fe Indian Market. On Santa Fe Unlimited, you can explore what the Santa Fe, New Mexico area has to offer through listings of the many providers of food, lodging, merchants, services, real estate, art, entertainment, recreation, and ski area activities. And the Santa Fe multiculture enjoys an open-mindedness which embraces Hispanic traditions, Native American ritual, and new age spiritual ideas and concepts, along with healthy, sustainable living in this ever-growing, 21st-century city. Santa Fe Unlimited also provides practical information on Santa Fe and the surrounding area, its history, scenic beauty, multicultures, the colorful Wild West, and indigenous plants and wildlife. Santa Fe’s unique local color is practically synonymous with the mythology and common uses of turquoise (for jewelry and ritual), traditional mud adobe architecture, and the omnipresent chili, red or green. Spend a day shopping the downtown Santa Fe Plaza area with its surrounding art galleries and museums; enjoy a great meal at one of Santa Fe’s many fine restaurants; and relax in comfort at your favorite historic hotel, charming bed and breakfast, authentic Southwestern inn, or Northern New Mexico luxury resort. Santa Fe Unlimited: A Comprehensive Guide to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, and just a short drive from the legendary Route 66, you will find the historic town of Santa Fe, New Mexico. A melting pot of three cultures, the Indian, Spanish and Anglo, Santa Fe is rich in the history of the Old West and the creativity of the early Canyon Road art scene. As a booming community filled with traders, trappers and pioneers, it was the end of the original Santa Fe Trail. Today, Santa Fe is widely known for its still-thriving Southwestern art tradition, vast recreational activities (such as skiing, hiking, fly fishing, white water rafting and hot air ballooning), and as the host of the annual world renown Santa Fe Indian Market. On Santa Fe Unlimited, you can explore what the Santa Fe, New Mexico area has to offer through listings of the many providers of food, lodging, merchants, services, real estate, art, entertainment, recreation, and ski area activities. And the Santa Fe multiculture enjoys an open-mindedness which embraces Hispanic traditions, Native American ritual, and new age spiritual ideas and concepts, along with healthy, sustainable living in this ever-growing, 21st-century city. Santa Fe Unlimited also provides practical information on Santa Fe and the surrounding area, its history, scenic beauty, multicultures, the colorful Wild West, and indigenous plants and wildlife. Santa Fe’s unique local color is practically synonymous with the mythology and common uses of turquoise (for jewelry and ritual), traditional mud adobe architecture, and the omnipresent chili, red or green. Spend a day shopping the downtown Santa Fe Plaza area with its surrounding art galleries and museums; enjoy a great meal at one of Santa Fe’s many fine restaurants; and relax in comfort at your favorite historic hotel, charming bed and breakfast, authentic Southwestern inn, or Northern New Mexico luxury resort.
INFORMATION: General information on the Santa Fe area, relocating to the Santa Fe area, lodging accommodations and vacation rentals, real estate brokers, vacation homes and properties, recreational activities, weddings and corporate events, and online shopping for New Mexico products. LOCAL COLOR: Local customs, high desert folklore, and stories and anecdotes about colorful Southwestern characters. CANYON ROAD: The history of the Canyon Road art scene from its beginning as a bohemian movement in the early 1920s to the thriving center of Southwest and contemporary art it is today; the historic adobe houses on Canyon Road, and the annual Canyon Road Christmas Eve Walk. THE TURQUOISE TRAIL: Information about this day trip from Santa Fe to Albuquerque, points of interest on the Turquoise Trail, and the communities of Lamy, Galiesto, Cerrillos, Madrid, Golden, Cedar Crest, and Tijeras. SANTA FE PLAZA: A brief history of the historic Santa Fe Plaza, the La Fonda Hotel, shopping, dining and lodging around the Plaza, exploring Santa Fe culture in the downtown area, and the Plaza as end of the original Santa Fe Trail.
Welcome to Santa Fe Unlimited, your one stop internet portal for The City Different! Colorful history, scenic beauty, cultural arts and recreational activities combine to make this unique area one of the top-rated travel destinations of the Great Southwest. Quaint adobe dwellings and panoramic views provide a backdrop for the ancient spiritual traditions which have long defined the multicultural inhabitants of this sacred land. In more recent times, Santa Fe has evolved into a major art center and is host to the annual Indian and Spanish Markets, which draw visitors from around the globe. Among top travel destinations worldwide, The City Different offers its visitors unforgettable sights, flavorful cuisine, and the colorful history of the Santa Fe Trail: it’s the best of the Great Southwest! Santa Fe Unlimited is designed to serve four distinct types of website visitors: Whether you are a first-time or frequent visitor to Santa Fe, you will find all the information you need to make your stay here a truly enjoyable experience. Links to hotels, restaurants and recreational activities offer a variety of options, making your vacation planning simple and fun. As a Santa Fe resident, you can use Santa Fe Unlimited as an online resource. Browse local business websites where you’ll find information at your fingertips 24 hours a day. Plan ahead and save time and money when you shop. If you are a local merchant or provider of services, your link on Santa Fe Unlimited opens the door to new customers both here and around the globe. Our listing options range from a category link to a mini-webpage. Go worldwide with Santa Fe Unlimited! For those of you who are armchair travelers, Santa Fe Unlimited will provide you with the true Santa Fe experience. From Canyon Road galleries to chili–red or green, it’s all here in colorful features and direct links to local merchant websites. Online shopping has never been easier!
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General history of Santa Fe and the surrounding area, including Lamy, Galiesto, Cerrillos, Madrid, Tesuque, Pojoaque, Nambe, Chimayo, Espanola, White Rock, Los Alamos, Abiquiu, Pecos, Glorieta, Las Vegas, and many more places of interest. MULTICULTURES: General history of the three multicultures prominent in the Northern New Mexico area, the Native American (Indian) culture, the Spanish (Hispanic) culture, and the Anglo (Caucasian) culture. MUSEUMS: Information on the museums in the Santa Fe area, including the Palace of the Governors, Museum of Fine Arts, Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, El Rancho de las Golondrinas, Santa Fe Children’s Museum, the New Mexico State Capitol, Randall Davey Audubon Center, Bataan Memorial Military Museum, and Bradbury Science Museum. HIGH ROAD TO TAOS: Information about the day trip from Santa Fe to Taos, points of interest on the High Road to Taos, and the communities of Nambe, Chimayo, Cundiyo, Cordova, Truchas, Trampas, Chamisal, Penasco, Vadito, Talpa, and Ranchos de Taos. THE WILD WEST: History of the Wild West, the old Santa Fe Trail, Young Guns at Cerrillos (New Mexico), mountain men, stories of the early settlers, cowboys and Indians, mining and ghost towns, and the Western Funhouse (including Movie Locations of the Great Southwest, cowboy boot art, history of the cowboy hat, western movies and television shows of the 50s and 60s, painted ponies, rusty things, west is best decor, and vintage paper doll cowboy and cowgirl fashion shows featuring Roy Rogers and Dale Evans).
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THE PUEBLOS: General history of the Pueblos, information about the tribes, and rules for visiting the Pueblos. The eight Northern New Mexico Indian Pueblos are: Tesuque Pueblo, Pojoaque Pueblo, Nambe Pueblo, San Ildefonso Pueblo, Santa Clara Pueblo, San Juan Pueblo, Picuris Pueblo, and Taos Pueblo. SCENIC BEAUTY: Photo albums of the Santa Fe area (historic locations, churches, adobe dwellings, wildflowers, and landscapes); scenery of the high desert, the Sangre de Christo mountains, Canyon Road, the Rio Grande, the High Road to Taos, the River Road to Taos, and the old mining towns of Cerrillos and Madrid. DAY TRIPS: Information on a variety of Day Trips for the Santa Fe area; the Turquoise Trail, Georgia O’Keeffe Country, the Jemez Mountain Trail, the High Road to Taos, the River Road to Taos, Eastward to (the other) Las Vegas (New Mexico), and the Tesuque, Pojoaque and Nambe Pueblos. SPECIAL EVENTS: A listing of the special events held annually in Santa Fe, New Mexico and the surrounding area. CHILI: The history of chili in Northern New Mexico, red and green chili, what is chili, forms of chili, buy chili and chili sauce in the Santa Fe Unlimited Trading Post.
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Santa Fe Unlimited Special Features on subjects of interest, the western funhouse, Santa Fe Dinosaur Ranch sculptures, Adobe walls photo album , Christmas in Santa Fe, and the yearly Santa Fe Pet Parade
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FIESTA: General history and information on Fiesta de Santa Fe (Santa Fe Fiesta). Fiesta events include: Fiesta Melodrama, Pregon de la Fiesta, the Don Diego de Vargas Mass, Entrade de Don Diego de Vargas, Zozobra (burning of Old Man Gloom), Baile de la Gente, La Mierenda de la Fiesta, Desfile de los Ninos (Children’s Pet Parade), Grande Baile de la Fiesta, Solemn Procession, Mariachi Mass, Grande Parade (Historical/Hysterical Parade), and the Candlelight Procession to the Cross of the Martyrs. INDIAN MARKET: General history and information on the annual Santa Fe Indian Market. Indian Market Awards, Indian Market Food Vendors, Indian Market Ceremonial Dances. SPANISH MARKET: General history and information on the annual Santa Fe Spanish Market. Spanish Market art categories, Spanish Market Food Vendors, Winter Spanish Market, and the Spanish Colonial Arts Society. ZOZOBRA: General history and information on Zozobra (the burning of Old Man Gloom).
CHURCHES: General history and information on the historic churches of Santa Fe, New Mexico; San Miguel Mission Church (the Oldest Church), St. Francis Cathedral, Loretto Chapel, El Santuario de Guadalupe, and Cristo Rey Church. PLANTS AND WILDLIFE: An overview of native plants and wildlife in Northern New Mexico; cactus (cacti), native plants and trees, lizards and snakes, prairie dogs, coyotes, birds, other wild animals (black-tailed jack rabbits, desert cottontail rabbits, and many others), farm animals (the burro and many others), and the mythological Jackalope. SANTA FE RAILYARD: General history and information on the old Santa Fe Depot, the Railyard as a cultural and tourism center, and the Railyard as a neighborhood and community. TURQUOISE: The history of turquoise in Northern New Mexico and beyond, what is turquoise, the types of turquoise, and turquoise shopping tips. ARCHITECTURE: The historic adobe architecture of Santa Fe, New Mexico; the Plaza area, the Palace of the Governors, Museum of Fine Arts, Burro Alley, the Oldest House, Barrio de Analco, the La Fonda Hotel, Canyon Road, El Zaguan, the Randall Davey House, Barrio de Guadalupe, and the historic Railyard District. You can also read all about adobe (the building blocks of the Southwest).
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