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Santa Fe, four nights the beginning of May

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Just booked free flights on United. We arrive on a Friday early afternoon and depart on Tuesday morning. I haven't been to Santa Fe in probably 15 years or so. Peter has never been. Already we have a friend saying "you must spend a couple of those nights in Taos, and another saying, "no, just do a day trip to Taos" -- and those two friends are a couple who can't even agree with each other! We haven't picked a hotel yet, I'm looking at La Palomas, but thinking we'd rather stay in just one place rather than adding in Taos.
Any advice? Must sees? Must dos? I'm looking at weather and see we may really freeze at night the first weekend in May, but the days should be nice.

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