The Santa Fe Railroad And Its Famous Passenger Trains

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By Joelyn Pullano    The Santa Fe was possibly America’s most famous railroad and definitely one of the most successful. Freight and passengers rode over the Santa Fe rails form the 1860s until 1995 when the AT & SF merged with Burlington Northern to form the Burlington Northern…

The Most Renowned Mystery of Santa Fe, About to Be Unveiled

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By Nathalie Bonnard-Grenet    Before we enter into the chapel…we will read this sign: “Loretto Chapel, built in 1873, Miraculous Stairway”. Everything you can read on it, is erroneous!   Loretto Chapel! No no no, but maybe “The Chapel of our Lady of Light” was a little bit…

Cristo Rey Church, Santa Fe, New Mexico

By Greg Allegretti  By the later half of the 1930’s, growth in the town of Santa Fe, New Mexico had begun to extend eastward into the river watershed. The population center was drifting further from the center of town. Homeowners and farmers who settled in this area faced a very long walk to the downtown… Continue reading Cristo Rey Church, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe – A Mosaic of History, Culture, Art, and Natural Beauty

By Marilyn Price-Mitchell  Established in 1607, Santa Fe, New Mexico is oozing with history, culture, art and natural beauty like no other in the United States. A world-renowned travel destination, it boasts the best in southwest cuisine, shopping, and gallery-hopping. For the outdoor-types, the surrounding areas glisten with beauty, blue skies, and sunshine 300 days… Continue reading Santa Fe – A Mosaic of History, Culture, Art, and Natural Beauty

The Wonders of Santa Fe, New Mexico

By Sidney A Fernandes  Rising above 7,000 ft, Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico and is soaked in a rich and vibrant history. There are a myriad of fascinating wonders in Santa Fe that a description of all would barely scratch the surface. Whether you’re looking for architectural bliss, relaxing in the outdoors… Continue reading The Wonders of Santa Fe, New Mexico

Kids Discover Santa Fe for Free this 2017 Spring Break

Santa Fe travel partners have joined forces again for Kids FreeFest Spring Break 2017: a second annual city-wide initiative that welcomes families throughout March and the middle of April¹ by providing kids 12 and under with complimentary lodging, meals, spa and culturally immersive activities in ‘The City Different’, America’s oldest and highest elevation state capital and… Continue reading Kids Discover Santa Fe for Free this 2017 Spring Break

National Geographic Names Santa Fe a World Legacy Awards Finalist

December 5, 2016: National Geographic unveiled their 2017 World Legacy Awards Finalists today and Santa Fe has been named one of three in the highly competitive “Sense Of Place” category. The World Legacy Awards, a partnership between National Geographic and ITB Berlin, showcase the leading travel and tourism companies, organizations and destinations—ranging from entire countries to small… Continue reading National Geographic Names Santa Fe a World Legacy Awards Finalist

What’s New in Santa Fe, New Mexico

January 17, 2016: Old man winter may be hard at work but the New Year has ushered in yet another impressive expansion to Santa Fe’s red hot culinary and arts scenes. New restaurants—several of which are first of their kind for The City Different—out-of-the-box charitable initiatives and exciting openings at some of the city’s most renowned… Continue reading What’s New in Santa Fe, New Mexico