With the revitalization of the city’s Railyards district, this is now a great place to find studios, galleries, museums and community organizations, as well as the Santa Fe Farmers' Market (http://www.santafefarmersmarket.com/) every Saturday. We found some great shops here, such as Daniella (http://www.shopdaniella.com/), REI (http://www.rei.com/), Mindy & Clyde Cupboard Company (www.MindyClyde.com) and Teca Tu, A Paws-Worthy Emporium (http://www.tecatu.com/).
As we said our goodbyes and reflected on our trip, I fully realized why Santa Fe refers to itself as “The City Different.” This destination was like no other place I’ve been before with its unique architecture, Spanish and Indian influence, strong art and culture, and laid back lifestyle. No wonder the average repeat visit is five times. Happy birthday Santa Fe! Here’s to another 400 fabulous years!
PHOTO: Window shopping along the Plaza.