Visit Santa Fe, NM

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March 1, 2008

Santa Fe, NM is home to the Markets of Santa Fe, the Santa Fe Opera, and last but certainly not least, Ten Thousand Waves.

The Markets of Santa Fe are held in the historical Central Plaza, which is the location of the oldest continually occupied public building in the U.S. The Palace of the Governors is now the state’s history museum. There is the Spanish Market in July and the Indian Market in August.

MarketPalace of the Governors

The Santa Fe Opera is something you must experience if you are in the area. This isn’t your ordinary opera, as attire can be jeans and cowboy boots to tuxedos.

Finally, you must visit the Ten Thousand Waves hot springs and spas for a little rest and relaxation, carrying on the tradition of the Japanese. You can experience both private and shared outdoor pools and many other spa treatments like facials and massages.

If you are traveling to Santa Fe via RV, you can stay at Los Campos de Santa Fe Resort.


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