Thinking about New Mexico and experimenting with Pixlr. 🙂
I hope you are not tired of these sunsets, as they never cease to amaze me. This view was from the hill just above the Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino.
As I was walking the streets, alleys, and nooks of Santa Fe, a lovely smell of fresh baked pizza drifted down from the third floor of a small shopping center. I found my way upstairs and discovered Rooftop Pizzeria. I picked out a corner table on the balcony, with a view of the city below and the moon above. My choice for dinner was the Linguine Alfredo – “locally grown green chile, roast chicken with creamy Alfredo over linguine.” As you can imagine, dinner was great!
The Loretto Chapel is just another beautiful old Catholic Church to be found in downtown Santa Fe. Both the exterior and interior are awe inspiring.
Here are some of the sights you may see as you explore downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The New Mexico Museum of Art is a nice respite from the afternoon heat in downtown Santa Fe. There are sculptures, paintings, and other items of interest to keep you engaged. As an added bonus, the pueblo architecture is amazing.
One of the best views of the city of Santa Fe can be found at the historic site of Fort Marcy. The original fort location was selected on a hill just northeast of the Santa Fe Plaza. The fort no longer exists, but the views of Santa Fe are spectacular.
Buffalo Thunder is a Hilton Casino and Hotel just to the north side of Santa Fe. It is full of art from the area, and even if you are not a Casino fan, you should stop in for a visit. They have done a great job with this place.