THE CITY DIFFERENT
Santa Fe, New Mexico’s capital, shares the expansiveness of the high desert at the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Over 400 years old, it is shaped by rich Pueblo-style traditions, the smell of piñon burning in the winter, and earthen, adobe architecture. It is known, depending on the knower, as a “bohemian outpost,” “a vogue destination or creative arts hotbed” and a “unique gathering place of inquiry and reflection.” Even with its 21st century amenities, it remains true to its magical offerings. One must experience it to fully understand and appreciate its awakening, creative and restorative powers.