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Paperback Lonely Planet Santa Fe, Taos & Albuquerque Book

ISBN: 1740599659

ISBN13: 9781740599658

Lonely Planet Santa Fe, Taos & Albuquerque

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Discover Santa Fe, Taos and AlbuquerqueWipe grilled buffalo from your chops and watch lizards scurry up 1000-year-old adobe at Taos Pueblo.Align your chakras at Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs, where... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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4 ratings

Santa Fe

We were heading to Northern New Mexico for the first time and this book helped us plan our trip for maximum enjoyment. What an amazing area!

Restaurant reviews were right on

We were staying with a local in Taos whose restaurant reviews for the area echoed the ones in the book. One of the restaurant listings even mentioned the exact dish she always get at that locale (Tres Colores). One addition - try to make happy hour at The Alley (the oldest building in town, used to be a trading post) which is just steps off the plaza (where they have free concerts on Thursday nights in the summer) for some really incredible (and cheap) margaritas. We didn't go wrong with the restaurant or tourist attraction recommendations in Albuquerque either. I thought this was a GREAT guide!

Great guide

I am a frequent user of Lonely Planet books. Santa Fe & Taos is no different then the others, very insightful, very useful, and very easy to use. It gave great recommendations for restaurants, and for day trips, and I particularly enjoy the suggested 1 day, 2 day, 3 day... itineraries, based on the duration of your stay.I highly recommend it.

A wonderful guide

I just returned from my first trip to Santa Fe. I solely depended upon the Lonely Planet (Santa Fe/Taos) guide to help me navigate/acquaint myself to Santa Fe and the surrounding areas. It was a wonderful resource and would recommend it highly to anyone traveling to Santa Fe, as I could not find my thing lacking in it. Oh, do visit the Chocolate Smith in Santa Fe. As the author noted, they have wonderful organic chocolate to please any chocolatophile (is that a word?).
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