The Santa Fe Sage Inn is an excellent choice for affordable lodging in downtown, connecting you to the heart of Santa Fe. The Inn offers 157 contemporary southwest, comfortable rooms with a Healthy Start breakfast, exercise facility, guest laundry, free parking, WiFi and downtown shuttle service.
New Mexico state's history museum and Registered National Historic Landmark, the palace of the governors is located on the Santa Fe Plaza and holds the Fray Angelico History Library. The museum offers free docent tours and downtown walking tours for a nominal fee. The museum is closed on Mondays.
105 W Palace Ave,, Santa Fe NM 87501 phone:505.988-3454
Welcome to the home on the web for Nuclear Watch of New Mexico. You will find here regularly updated information which will keep you informed on subjects such as Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), and a host of other subjects that pertain to nuclear New Mexico.
551 W. Cordova Rd. #808, Santa Fe NM 87505 phone:505.989.7342
Dean Miller has established a solid career as a country musician during the last 15 years, a canny and confident guitarist and songwriter who knows that you have to work for success if it really matters. The son of Legendary singer/songwriter Roger Miller, Dean recently released Platinum, which showcases his talents as poet and a player.
We stock all the USGS maps for New Mexico in all scales and can ship immediately! Travel Bug is also a great coffee shop in downtown Santa Fe on Paseo De Peralta off the plaza. Stop by refresh yourself and find out how to get where you're going.
839 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe NM 87501 phone:505-992-0418
Wear your intention and affirmation with brilliantly colored high-fired enamel jewelry handmade in our Santa Fe, New Mexico studio. Designs feature Chinese, Hebrew and Sanskrit symbols and words with translations.
David Dear is a Santa Fe, New Mexico jewelry designer and silversmith of Welsh, English, and Cherokee decent. His classic sterling silver and gold jewelry designs are now available here online, at his gallery in Arroyo Seco, New Mexico and at various retail stores and shows throughout the world.
The keeper of a collection of over 3000 item of Mexican tourist art, this well known Santa Fean adds his own arty touch to events around Santa Fe. Both he and his collections are a must see when visiting
Located in Abiquiu, NM, the Monastery of Christ in the Desert is situated in a beautiful secluded canyon in northwestern New Mexico. The monastery is perfect for those looking to find solitude, and the website offers a full history, prayers, pictures, information and an online gift shop.
Josh Brady's primary interest is in helping people. Astrology and clinical counseling are the two complementary approaches he utilizes according to the unique needs of the client. He works with individuals, couples, children, and families.
Take Southwest cooking classes with some of the region's top chefs at Santa Fe School of Cooking - just steps away from the historic Plaza in downtown Santa Fe. Famous for our restaurant walking tours, hands on classes, corporate training and special group events.
Have you always wanted to express yourself? To access your Inner voice - beyond words. Even if you have never held a brush, Intuitive Painting can awaken and free creativity for results in all areas of life. Take our classes to open discovery for playful magical bliss of color and movement on paper. Bring forth unexpected surprise in parts of the self hidden from the conscious mind. Deepen the connection to your intuition.
I will aquaint you with the incredible power of your mind. Together we can set a course that is beyond the patterns of the past, that takes you into a brilliant future on many levels - mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
546 Harkle Road, Suite B, Santa Fe NM 87505 phone:505.660.4690
One hundred miles of history pass under your wheels as you bicycle this annual ride, held each May. You'll travel down the ancient Turquoise Trail, through the old mining towns of Madrid and Golden, across the Ortiz and San Pedro Mountains and to the historic village of Galisteo before wheeling back into Santa Fe.
Historic Walks of Santa Fe provides expert customized destination planning for an array of groups, including major corporations and universities, worldwide travel companies for select groups, wedding and reunion parties and private groups.