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5 February Events to Fall in Love With

Many of our locals will tell you that The City Different is a beautiful and magical place to visit during the winter. We are blessed with a wide range of winter scenery; from the snow covered pines a short drive up in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the cozy charm of crackling fireplaces found in the lobbies of many Santa Fe hotels. With Christmas and New Year’s Eve over, our city invites you to partake in all its peaceful winter goodness and fall in love with these five winter happenings during the month of February.

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Santa Fe: A Sense of Place In Memory of Billie Frank

On October 12, 2017, Santa Fe lost one of its avid and colorful local ambassadors, Billie Frank. Billie was a travel writer and blogger who in conjunction with her husband Steve Collins wrote and published, "The Santa Fe Traveler," a blog that was read by many in Santa Fe, in New Mexico and even around the United States. Billie was a concierge at two of Santa Fe's finest hotels for four years and her background in sales, marketing and customer service were evident throughout  her respected travel blogs.

She had great love for The City Different and in memory of her spirit and literary gifts, we are reposting a blog from March 11, 2017, that showcases that love. Billie's sense of place in Santa Fe is honored and deeply admired by her friends, colleagues and those who were lucky enough met her.

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Six In The City: 6 Tips For Your Santa Fe Girlfriend Getaway

Tired of the same Las Vegas girlfriend getaway? Skip it this year and let The City Different offer you an alternative experience this time around. Spontaneous fun and adventure, gourmet cuisine, spas and galleries await you and your girl posse. So grab your mom, your sister, and your BFF and check out these girlfriend Santa Fe getaway hot tips…

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Five Santa Fe Events To Stimulate Your Senses This February

Christmas and New Year's Eve may be over but Santa Fe's winter wonderland is still going strong in the City Different. Just a gaze to the east and you will see the Sangre de Cristo Mountain's gorgeous snowcap!. Here are 5 events you'll want to take advantage of while you visit our historic city this February. See why Travel + Leisure named Santa Fe one of America's Best Cities for Winter Travel.

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Dear Cupid, Take Us On A Santa Fe Getaway

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner––it is time to start planning that perfect romantic Santa Fe getaway. Santa Fe is the perfect destination. We have been warming hearts and stirring passions for more than 400 years with breathtaking sunsets, picturesque mountain vistas, old world charm, cozy adobe kiva fireplaces, and delicious cuisine…love is always in the air.

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A Perfect Day in Santa Fe

What would you do and see if you only had one day in Santa Fe? I get this question a lot! Since there is so much to see, do and taste in The City Different, to condense in to a day is no easy task! However, here as a great example of how to pack in Santa Fe in a single day. But, I'll warn you—you'll want to stay longer!

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Painting the Plate Red in Santa Fe

Guess what? Summer is literally one month away! The Santa Fe Farmer's Market is blossoming with fresh produce, baked goods, and authentic flavors. There is, however, one missing crop that won't appear until later in the year and it's one that locals really anticipate––green chile! Having to wait for our signature food makes me see red––not because I'm getting angry. I simply mean that my daily chile fix is being administered via savory red chile.

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Make Your Next Visit to Santa Fe a Tour de Force

Do you occasionally feel like the White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland, pressed for time and harnessed to a big watch? Discover the spirit of Santa Fe! We take relaxing-into-the-moment seriously, so I think you should leave the planning to us. Making the most of limited time means doing only what's necessary, then letting the […]

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Can’t-Miss Santa Fe Winter Experiences

"What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness."  – John Steinbeck While many towns lull into hibernation during the winter months, Santa Fe vibrates with life. Picturesque snowdrifts blanket adobe walls. Laughter and conversation surround crackling kiva fireplaces. The spicy aromas of piñon and cedar permeate the air. Deep relaxing pueblo drumming echoes […]

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Santa Fe & Chocolate: A Love Affair Older Than the City Itself.

Santa Fe has long been heralded as a go-to culinary destination. Most foodies know the region for hearty ingredients like native chile, corn and squash, but surprisingly chocolate has been a coveted New Mexico delicacy for more than a century. Before the French enticed the world with their truffle and before the Swiss made chocolate […]

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