Caught the very end of an Easter service here! It's the oldest church in the U.S.
There was a brief (but heavy) rain shower right as I was walking up to check out the building, so I hovered for a bit, and when the service was over and everyone had left, I managed a shot of the empty chapel.
Had some great bruchetta and a chat with a local here.
Loved the vibe in Santa Fe. A little bit of a hippy culture, it seemed like, but also very relaxed, which is nice. There was a guy playing a guitar on the main plaza, and lots of people milling around, shopping, enjoying the sun, etc.
The architecture of the city was really interesting and beautiful, too!
This place got good reviews on Yelp and on Google, so I stopped in for dinner. They don't open til 5, and at 10 til 5, there was a line at the door! Always a good sign, haha.
I sat at the community table and ended up chatting with a nice local and some other visitors. I got a few tips for the area and enjoyed a FANTASTIC meal! I got the papusas and the soup of the day. Everything at the table looked delicious, though!
(Again -- no photo. I ate it before I remembered! Like always, sigh.)
The staff were really kind and helpful, but this place is not wonderful. I wouldn't stay again.
My bathroom had no hot water knob, so you couldn't use the hot water. I'm not sure they wash the blankets between guests (though the sheets are clean). There isn't great lighting outside, so at night it's kind of creepy. Some other issues, too, but yeah.