4 days/3 nights in Santa Fe and Taos

Old Oct 15th, 2019, 01:41 PM
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4 days/3 nights in Santa Fe and Taos

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Heading to Santa Fe Saturday 10/26 to Tuesday 10/29. Landing around 10 am, flight departs 5 pm. Spending Saturday night through Sunday afternoon in Taos with the Express Bus. Staying very central in both locations, near the plazas.

Saturday:

Late breakfast or early lunch at Cafe Pasqual?
Uber to Museum Hill. See Spanish Colonial Art Museum, International Folk Art and Botanic Garden till about 5.
Quick bite/drink, maybe at Bell Tower?
Bus leaves I think 6:30 to Taos, arrives Taos 8:15 pm
Late drink/bite at Parcht and Mesa Brewing Tap House

Sunday:

Explore the Plaza
Breakfast at Michael's Kitchen
Art Museum Fenchin - opens at 10 am
Kat Carson Park
Harwood Museum
Lunch la Cuerva or Burger Stand
EL Blumenschein if time?
Bus back at 4 or 4:30 to Santa Fe
Dinner in Santa Fe? Struggling to pare: L"Oliver? Fire and Hops? Radish and Rye? Martin?
Drink at perhaps Tonic?

Monday:
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
New Mexico Museum of Art
Lunch at Terra Cotta Wine Bistro
churches: St Francis, Mission Church, Loretto Chapel, Cristo Rey
Canyon Road? How late do things close there?
Dinner (6? 6:30?) at Geronimo
Drink after? Bourbon and Rye?

Tuesday:
State Capitol
Palace of Governors
Lunch at the Shed
putz around? Drink? Enjoy the outside until flight

This all seems fairly reasonable but feel I need to pack a little more food in. Really want a Green Chili burger from say Burger Stand or Santa Fe Bite. Is a burger stand right by Michaels in Taos but would mean a bit of backtracking (close to Fenchin but far from Harwood). Maybe that would solve things: breakfast, Fenchin, park, lunch, Harwood till have to catch bus.

Anything major am missing? Would like a nice bar (I guess Bell Tower is it) - the one at Rosewood seems a bit overpriced, and I'm not a margarita person anyway.
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Old Oct 16th, 2019, 11:39 AM
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That’s a little more activity then we would do, but if you like to keep moving, then go for it!

In Taos, we really enjoyed the Millicent Rogers Museum.

You’ve mentioned some of our favorites for restaurants. El Shed, Geronimo’s, and L’Olivier. Pasquals is not my favorite, but I know it is for many. You’ll have to see if the Bell Tower is open, a great place for a sunset drink.

Have a a great time.



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Please check out Museum Hill.
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Old Oct 17th, 2019, 08:02 AM
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Thanks. Have a couple of museums set for Museum Hill. Sadly L'Oliver is closed Sundays and Mondays.
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FWIW, here's my TR from 2018:

Santa Fe Getaway 2018

The altitude bothered me in Santa Fe.

Please share details about your trip!
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