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Santa Fe, New Mexico
New Mexico's capital is Santa Fe also known as "The Different City". Santa Fe is located in the northern central part of New Mexico in Santa Fe County. Santa Fe is surrounded by: Los Alamos and Cuba to the northwest; Espanola, Chimayo and San Juan Pueblo to the north; Holman and Mora to the northeast; Las Vegas, San Geronimo and Trujillo to the east; El Cerrito, Aurora and San Juan to the southeast; Moriarty, Mcintosh and Estancia to the south; Bernalillo, Corrales and Albuquerque to the southwest; Ponderosa and Pena Blanca to the west. Major roads serving Santa Fe include: New Mexico State Route 14, New Mexico State Route 284, New Mexico State Route 466, New Mexico State Route 588, US Route 84, US Route 85 and Interstate Highway 25.
Albuquerque International Sunport is a midsized international airport that can be reached by car after a one-hour drive from downtown Santa Fe. Albuquerque International is one of the main airports serving the state of New Mexico and provides a variety of destinations and airlines for users to choose from. The airlines serving Albuquerque International include: Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, Aeroméxico, American Airlines, American Eagle, Continental Airlines, Continental Express, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Frontier Airlines, Northwest Airlines, US Airways, US Airways Express, Great Lakes Airlines and New Mexico Airlines. Several cargo companies including ABX Air, FedEx Express and UPS Airlines also serve Albuquerque International.
The Santa Fe Trails, the New Mexico Rail Runner Express, New Mexico Park and Ride, North Central Regional Transit District, Autobuses Americanos, Greyhound and the Santa Fe Southern Railway all provide reliable and affordable transportation in and outside of Santa Fe city. Also, Santa Fe provides the Dale Ball Trails, the long Santa Fe Rail Trail and Santa Fe River Trail among other trails for those who rather walk, use a bicycle or ride a horse.
Santa Fe offers a variety of restaurants for those who enjoy tasty meals at reasonable prices, some including: Anasazi, Andiamo, Apple Hat Company, Atomic Grill, Austin`s Steaks and Saloon, Aztec Street Coffee House, Back Street Bistro, Backroom Coffeebar, Bagelmania, Bert`s Burger Bowl, Bistro 315, Blue Corn Café, Bull Ring, Café Loretto, Café Oasis, Café Pasquals, Carloss Gospl Café, Carrow`s Restaurant, Catamount Bar and Grille, Celebration`s Restaurant, Compound, Conservative Eatery II, Coronado Café, Coyote Café Restaurant, Dairy Queen, Dave`s Not Here, Denny`s, Dim Sum-Then Some, Edible, Edo Japan, Fox`s Upstairs Bar and Grill, French Pastry Shop, Garduno`s of Santa Fe, Geromino Lodge, Green Onion Pub, Harry`s Roadhouse, Holy Cow Steakhouse, Home Run Pizza, Horseman`s Haven Café, Il Piatto, Il Vicino Wood Oven Pizza, India House, India Palace, Java Joe`s, Java Joe`s Coffee Café, JB`s Restaurant, Julian`s Restaurant, Kettle Restaurant, La Casa Sena, La Choza, La Plazuela, La Posada De Santa Fe, La Tertulia Restaurant, Monroe`s De Santa Fe, Mu Du Noodles, Nellie`s Restaurant, New York Bagel Shop and Deli, Old Mexico Grill, On Lok Yuen, Ore House on the Plaza, Osteria D`Assisi, Palace, Pastability, PC`s Restaurant and Lounge, Peking Palace, Pink Adobe, Pinon Grill, Pizzazz Sports Grill, Pranzo Italian Grill, Roadrunner Café, Rocky`s Bar and Grill, Saigon Café, Santa cafe, Santa Fe Baking Company and Café, Sergio`s Ristorante Italiano, Shed, Shohko-Café, Souper Salad, Srgio`s Ristorante Italiano, The Palace, Tomasita`s Café, Vanessie of Santa Fe, Whistling Moon Café and Zia Bakery.
Hotels in Santa Fe not only offer a place to rest but also a place where you won't remember when you left home because you'll feel like you are at home. Some of Santa Fe's hotels include: Eldorado Hotel, Fort Marcy Hotel Suites, Garretts Desert Inn, Hilton of Santa Fe, Hotel Plaza Real, Hotel St. Francis, Inn of the Five Graces, Inn on the Paseo, Inn and Spa at Loretto, Inn of the Anasazi, Inn of the Governors, Inn on the Alameda, La Fonda on the Plaza, La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa, Las Palomas de Santa Fe, Old Santa Fe Inn, Territorial Inn, Villas de Santa Fe, Inn at Santa Fe, The Inn At Sunrise Springs, Encantado An Auberge Resort, Residence Inn by Marriott, Santa Fe Motel & Inn, Santa Fe Suites and Travelodge, Santa Fe Plaza.
Santa Fe has cold winter temperatures averaging around thirty degrees Fahrenheit and mild warm summers with temperatures in the 60's. Santa Fe experiences it's hottest month in July with maximum temperatures close to the 80's and the coldest month is usually January with temperatures in the low fifteen degrees.
Santa Fe has ideal weather throughout the year and helps enjoy many outdoor activities such as hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, snowboarding, river rafting, golfing, running, biking, horseback riding or simply connecting with nature. For hiking, biking and horseback riding residents and visitors can go to some of the many trails in Santa Fe, including: Aspen Vista Trail, Atalaya Mountain Trail, Big Tesuque Trail, Black Canyon Trail, Borrego/Bear Wallow Trail, Chamisa Trail, Cruz Blanca Trail, Dorothy Stewart Trail, Gavilan Trail, Hyde Park Circle Trail and Windsor Trail among others. Rafting is provided by New Wave Rafting, Kokopelli Rafting, Passport New Mexico Inc, Santa Fe Mountain Adventures and Santa Fe Rafting Company. Ski New Mexico, Ski-Tech, The Skier's Edge, Valles Caldera National Preserve, Santa Fe Mountain Sports and Sangre de Cristo Mountainworks all offer skiing, snowshoeing, and snowboarding opportunities.
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum is filled with more than one thousand of Georgia O'Keeffe's work and also works from artists who focus on related themes as her. Georgia O'Keeffe's works reflect the beauty of the flora, fauna and landscape.
Indigenous American, Russian, Taos Masters, Native American and contemporary Southwestern art can be found on Canyon Roads galleries and the Santa Fe's art market (second largest in the U.S).
The Santa Fe Opera, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale and Santa Fe New Music are some of the many music presenters in Santa Fe. The Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, the National Dance Institute of New Mexico and Moving People Dance Theatre offer dance performances throughout the year in Santa Fe. Several festivals take place throughout the year in Santa Fe including: the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival and the Santa Fe Jazz and International Music Festival. Lensic Theater is one of Santa Fe's major performing arts centers and has hosted performances of the Santa Fe Chorale, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Complexions, San Francisco Ballet, New York City Ballet and many more. Also hosting performing arts in Santa Fe is the GiG hosting jazz and world artists throughout the year.
Both the historic downtown Plaza and the Museum Hill district in Santa Fe offer a variety of museums to learn and admire, some including: Site Santa Fe (featuring contemporary art), The History Museum (teaching about Santa Fe's history), Georgia O'Keeffe Museum (displaying O'Keeffe and others work), Institute of American Indian Arts Museum (Native American art), New Mexico Museum of Art (Southwestern art), Museum of International Folk Art (exhibiting folk art and craftsmanship from all around the world), Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and Laboratory of Anthropology (Native American arts displays), Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian (history and art of Native American) and Museum of Spanish Colonial Art (art of the Spanish-colonial time).
Santa Fe has many historic sites where residents and visitors can discover New Mexico's and Santa Fe's history and take a trip to the past, some of these sites include: Cathedral Park, Cross of the Martyrs, Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, Old Spanish Trail Association, Randall Davey Audubon Center, Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe Plaza, San Miguel Mission, Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, Loretto Chapel, Historic Santa Fe Foundation (El Zaguan), Old Santa Fe Trail, Bandelier National Monument, Pecos National Historical Park and Bataan Memorial Military Museum and Library.
We all know how important conservation is, now more then ever, Reduce, Reuse Recycle programs better known as Green or Greening are the responsibility of all people in all places. These are some of Santa Fe, New Mexico's programs, in place to help in Environmental Development: Santa Fe's curbside recycling program allows residents to recycle metals, mixed paper, plastics, glass and newspaper. Santa Fe uses a unified waste collection system, trash and recyclables are placed together Santa Fe has a commitment to ensure green spaces are created and preserved. Santa Fe is concerned with its Urban Environment as well as the Global Environment, From low-flow toilets to conserving gas in our cars and homes, planting trees, shrubs and even a garden to supply some fruits and vegetables helps in taking small step towards Environmental Protection and Conservation, our precious natural recourses hang in the balance. Many cities have issues with the amount of water or the pollution of water, it is each cities responsibility to address these issues and find ways to develop Environmental friendly Energy such as Wind and Solar power, increase Water Energy and create Sustainable Energy for generations to come. Over the last Century we have managed to pollute our world to a point of all most no return. is committed to Environmental Development and will make as many green products and services available as an alternative for people that are concerned for our environment. Many companies are learning Green not only helps the Environment but is also a good business. The Green Economy and Emerging Green Industries if managed properly will have a great impact on the Ecology Environment and in turn assist in preserving our natural recourses. As a commitment to the our Environment and Environmental Projects will create a Simply Green link that will profile companies that provide Green Products and Services this link may be found on every page of website. In addition you may find stories from Individuals, Communities and Businesses that have innovative ways to assist in the greening and conservation of our Environment. will contribute 5% of sales from companies that place ads in the Simply Green section of the website. These donations will go directly to organizations that have proven to make a positive impact on the Environment. All donations will be listed in the Simply Green section of
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