If you’re like me and for the sake of this blog, I hope you are… you love local art, delicious food, stunning adobe architecture, shopping and photography. If you haven’t been to Canyon Road, Santa Fe… I suggest you pack your bags, hop a flight (or two!), grab a guide to Canyon Road (or simply read my fabulous blog) and allow at least a day here with your best buds. Established hundreds of years ago by Native Americans as a Farming and Art Colony, this part of Santa Fe is home to more than a hundred art galleries, boutiques and restaurants. Since food is always my favorite part, try out… El Farol (1835), called “One of the best bars on Earth.” by the New York Times or Geronimo (1756), voted Opentable “Top 100 Restaurants in the Country.” And, if you happen to have brought your camera, a team of models and a bunch of fabulous photographers with you (#seniorsummit), sunset is a must see is especially gorgeous. Even the alleys are mesmerizing at this time. But, bring wear comfy shoes, because Canyon Road is a half mile long and if you plan to hit all of the galleries… you may as well add another 2 miles on to that just walking around looking at all of the unique art and fabulous sculptures. I was especially in love with the moving sculpture garden that I filmed for the end of the video. I can’t wait to go back to Canyon Road and Santa Fe. Who’s in for the next trip!?
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