Sante Fe, New Mexico is the oldest capital city in the United States, wonderful old west charm with a special uniqueness all its own. I think what makes it so special is that it has something to attract everyone. But Sante Fe is not just any city, it has centuries of native history and culture that continues to the present.
After I shop and dine my way through the downtown Plaza (which we will divulge in a future post), it’s time to head to the mountains.
Enchantment awaits you with a visit to New Mexico. I discover something new and captivating each time I visit. This trip we were off to the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Park, approximately one hour west of Albuquerque. The park is on the Pajarito plateau. A 1.5 mile moderate hike up an ascending loop trail awaits.
Continuing my journey along Old Route 8 in Ohio, I ventured into Sarah’s Vineyard Winery & Art Gallery. Although not my first visit, this winery is a bit different from most wineries. When you walk inside this beautiful two-story building (a converted barn), you first notice an eclectic array of specialty art pieces throughout each room.