Journals Santa Fe

Santa Fe: Consistancy with Pizzazz

Created by two cruisers on April 6, 2012 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

You can't help but fall in love with Santa Fe. The consistant architecture feels exotic and homey. Perhaps it is the sameness of color and the gently sloping shoulders of the adobe. Flowers and artwork adorning the outside areas give spark.The pizzazz comes when you step inside a building.

Santa Fe and Around the Way

Created by MikeInTown on March 22, 2008 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews

Santa Fe was a fascinating 3-day cultural and historical stop during our road trip through Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado.

Eating in Santa Fe

Created by SeenThat on August 24, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews

"Do you want Christmas?" they charmingly ask while referring to a red and green chilies stew. Sometimes a burrito is upgraded here and called a chapati roll. Santa Fe, where people eat organic and take food back home so that they can enrich their compost pile, is a different city.

Back in Santa Fe

Created by SeenThat on July 28, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

Returning to the City of the Holy Faith after an absence of more than a month, I found, despite the midsummer sun, a colder town refreshed daily by sudden, slow rains. Exploring more of its surroundings became an appealing option.

Weekend Excursion in Santa Fe

Created by beckilena on June 13, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews

Santa Fe is rich in arts, food, and historical views.

Around Santa Fe

Created by SeenThat on May 17, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

Northern New Mexico is home to many Pueblos, a Spanish word used for the indigenous people. Springs and trails, archaeological sites and living Pueblos offering the best of their heritage, a small stream called “Rio Grande” (Big River) and an awesome desert await to the travelers.

Santa Fe's Sharp Soft-Lines

Created by SeenThat on March 31, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews
2 Stories

Lego constructions of differently sized blocks, with soft edges and windows distributed unevenly, give shape to the pueblo architecture. The attractive low buildings in a variety of browns, held together with much wood, create a unique effect: a modern city built under a different set of aesthetic rules.

Hanging out in Santa Fe

Created by PearlInTheWorld on June 11, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

I spent several days in Santa Fe for the purpose of participating in the Santa Fe Century - a 100 mile bike ride through some of the most gorgeous desert scenery around. I didn't have nearly enough time to do everything but I'll tell you about the best stuff.

Santa Fe - keeps faith with past and present

Created by Hal1026 on May 19, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Santa Fe holds something for anyone who is either adventurous in mind, body or spirit--or even all of these. Historic and contemporary, artsy and action-oriented, Santa Fe stimulates the visitor's senses in some very diverse and amazing ways.

Santa Fe in the Spring

Created by hcheng on May 22, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Seeking refuge from the hectic city life of New York City, I headed to the Southwest to explore. It was my first time to Santa Fe, and hopefully it won't be my last. It was so beautiful and relaxing, and I highly suggest a trip to Santa Fe.

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