Santa Fe – 72 hours in style

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Day 1:  Santa Fe for 3 nights
Meet & greet private transfer from airport to hotel
Accommodation, breakfast & taxes included at La Fonda on the Plaza***
The centrally located La Fonda on the Plaza, with Santa Fe mountain views, features an outdoor pool, rooftop hot tub and spa. Guest rooms offer flat-screen cable TVs and free Wi-Fi.
Rooms provide desks, safety deposit boxes and ironing facilities. They also have bathrobes and hairdryers.
A gym, business center and meeting rooms are available to guests at La Fonda. The hotel offers an on-site restaurant and bar.
La Fonda is less than a half mile from St. Francis Cathedral Basilica, Palace of the Governors Museum and New Mexico Museum of Art. It is also within walking distance of New Mexico State Monuments.
Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi****
Offering 3 restaurants on site, this hotel is located in Santa Fe. All rooms feature a kiva fireplace and free WiFi. Santa Fe Plaza is 180 m from the property.
Each room includes a work desk, a flat-screen TV with a DVD player and an iPod docking station at Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi Santa Fe. An en suite bathroom with a hairdryer is also available.
Southwestern cuisine is served daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Anasazi Restaurant and Bar. The Patio serves appetizers and cocktails seasonally. The Wine Cellar can accommodate private parties on request.
A 24-hour front desk is available at Santa Fe Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi. A shared lounge and TV area and a library are also featured.

Rest of the day at leisure
Visit Kakawa Chocolate House, their passion is authentic and historic drinking chocolates elixirs. Their preparations include traditional Pre-Columbian, Mesoamerican, Mayan and Aztec drinking chocolate elixirs; 1600’s European drinking chocolate elixirs, Colonial American and Colonial Mexican drinking chocolate elixirs. Kakawa Chocolate House drinking chocolate elixirs are representative of these historic recipes and span the time period 1000 BC to the mid-1900s AD.
New Mexico State Capitol hosts a collection of over 600 paintings, drawings and sculptures, all by New Mexican artists and all free to visit.
Nearby you will find many artisans and you can buy beautiful products such as turquoise jewelry, pottery, paintings. On one street, Canyon Road, there are over a hundred art galleries!

Dinner reservation at Joseph’s
Chef Joseph Wrede is the winner of several culinary awards.  Joseph’s Culinary Pub is designed to be a platform for Chef Wrede’s unique and uncompromising vision on traditional and contemporary cuisine, both regional and international. Regarding the restaurant as a process much like theater, Wrede envisions the experience of dining in his restaurant as an interactive play between the pub and the public, with his sights aimed at rivaling high art.

Day 2:
Architectural and Interior Private Walking Tour
Santa Fe has architecture unlike nearly any city in the United States—it’s dominated by adobe buildings but has diverse Victorian and Mission Revival styles. This tours offers a chance to learn about the architecture while taking a guided walk through the city’s back roads, residential areas, and art districts. Finish with a champagne tasting at Gruet Tasting Room at Hotel St. Francis.

Rest of the day at leisure
You should visit
The museum of Indian Arts and Culture to learn about the origin and history of various Native American peoples such as Pueblos, Navajos and Apaches.
The museum dedicated to the painter Georgia O’Keeffe has the largest collection of the artist’s works in the world. Seduced by the landscapes and the light of New Mexico, she is a a major figure of American art in the 20th century, is considered the “mother of American Modernism. 
You could also explore the Art Galleries such as The Center for Contemporary Arts, SITE Santa Fe, Evoke Contemporary, Turner Carroll Gallery, Zane Bennett Gallery or Charlotte Jackson Fine Art.

 Spa night and dinner at Izanami
Ten Thousand Waves is inspired by the great Japanese mountain hot spring resorts. It is ten minutes from downtown Santa Fe, but only minutes from the National Forest.
The beautiful outdoor hot tubs, world-class bodywork, and the amazing izanami restaurant are minutes from downtown in a piñon forest. They’re dedicated to providing a Japanese sense of serenity and relaxation.
You will enjoy the elegant mountain-lodge atmosphere and the menu.  Don’t worry if you are not a fish eater the burger is delicious! The sake list is impressiv

Day 3:
Full day private guided tour to High Road To Taos, Chimayo & Taos Pueblo with picnic
Travel the High Road to Taos.  This scenic drive through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains passes through villages and missions, some over 400 years old.   Along the way you’ll stop in Chimayo to visit El Santuario de Chimayo Shrine.  Next stop is in Taos at the Church at San Francisco de Asis Mission, a favorite subject for photographers and painters like Georgia O’Keeffe and Ansel Adams.  Once in Taos, you’ll tour Taos Pueblo with a pueblo resident. 

This is followed by a New Mexican picnic in the park. 
Slow Roast Dry Rubbed Chicken w/Prickly Pear Jelly, Limed Corn Chips & Fresh Salsa, Roasted Corn & Black Bean Salad, Fresh Seasonal Melon & Berries, Mixed Greens & Creamy Onion Vinaigrette, Something Chocolate for Dessert, Water & Soft Drinks.  (weather permitting, otherwise, it will be lunch in a restaurant)
After lunch you’ll visit the Millicent Rogers Museum, home to an amazing collection of southwestern art.  Then, it’s off to the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge and a breathtaking drive along the Rio Grande before heading back to Santa Fe.

For your last night, you must try the original green chile cheeseburger.  We recommend Shake Foundation.  All their beef is organic. 

Day 4:
Private transfer from hotel to airport



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