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  • Winter Art Markets in Santa Fe

    Winter Art Markets in Santa Fe

    The type of art produced in Santa Fe is as widely diverse as the people that live here. Santa Fe is a historic and colorful city, influenced deeply by Native American, international folk art, and contemporary arts.  Within Santa Fe, there […]

     
  • Santa Fe Cooking Class

    Santa Fe Cooking Class

    If you haven’t already experienced the world-renowned cuisine of Santa Fe, then this fall or winter is the perfect time to escape to the city different for a culinary experience you’ll never forget.  In recent years, it’s no secret that […]

     
  • Santa Fe daytrip Itineraries, Part 1

    Santa Fe daytrip Itineraries, Part 1

    In an earlier post, we discussed some fantastic Santa Fe Daytrips to the northern region, but these aren’t the only magnificent Santa Fe daytrips at your disposal.  At Four Kachinas Inn, we’ve also put together 3 additional daytrip ideas for […]

     
  • Santa Fe Day Trip Itineraries, Part 2

    Santa Fe Day Trip Itineraries, Part 2

    Sometimes, there is no better way to get a feel for the land your visiting than to hit the road for a good old-fashioned daytrip.  It’s often the best way to discover the magnificent landscape and diverse cultures surrounding beautiful […]

     
  • Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta

    Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta

    Over the past few years, Santa Fe, home to more than 200 restaurants, has earned itself a wonderful reputation as a foodie paradise, where the creativity famous to Santa Fe extends to your plate.  Santa Fe cuisine is widely varied, […]

     
  • Santa Fe Tours

    Santa Fe Tours

    Santa Fe is one of the country’s most famous walking cities.  There is so much to do and see in Santa Fe, and walking around can be one of the best ways to get your lay of the land.  With […]

     
  • The Railyard

    The Railyard

    The Railyard History The Railyard, located on Guadalupe between Montezuma and Cerrillos Rd., has long been a focal point for transportation in Santa Fe.  Over 100 years ago, in the year 1880, the Santa Fe Railway Company pulled its first train into […]

     
  • Santa Fe Art

    Santa Fe Art

    Excitement is in the air as the art-filled, performance packed, full of fun summer of 2013 in Santa Fe New Mexico begins.  Santa Fe has long been known as an art and cultural destination.  This historic city is home to […]

     
  • Santa Fe wine festival

    Santa Fe wine festival

    Santa Fe Wine Wine is not the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Santa Fe.  That being said, New Mexico still has a long history of wine production.  Our warm sunny days and cool nights provide the […]

     
  • Pueblo Indian villages; visiting the living past

    Pueblo Indian villages; visiting the living past

    The ground that Santa Fe is built upon was originally inhabited by a number of Pueblo Indian villages. Many of these villages, built around 1050-1150, were abandoned 200 years before Spanish settlers arrived, leaving little modern day evidence of their […]

     
 
 
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512 Webber Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
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