As my plane came in for landing, I was surprised to see all of the snow on the ground. In fact, there was more snow here than in Denver just a few weeks ago! To add to my surprise, I walked off the plane and saw the Santa Fe Airport, which was in classic, adobe-style architecture. I just had to take a photo of one of the most unique airports I’ve ever seen.
My host Steve picked me up and took me on a brief tour of the city, which is also predominantly made up of adobe buildings. The Plaza is the hub of Santa Fe’s downtown, and the city is designed for pedestrians.
I checked in to the Inn on the Alameda (www.InnOnTheAlameda.com) and was immediately impressed with the lobby fireplace, as well as the fireplace (that I could turn on with a button) in my suite. The Inn is conveniently located about three blocks from the Plaza. They also served a terrific complimentary breakfast each morning (love the vegetable quiche), as well as a complimentary wine and cheese hour in the afternoon.
Stay tuned for more from Santa Fe...
PHOTO: Inn on the Alameda