The annual membership of $19.99 features the Santa Fe 101 Guide with information and hundreds of Internet links for establishments in and around Santa Fe. In addition, you’ll have access to new and informative history videos of Santa Fe and New Mexico, plus an archive of previously released history videos. The Santa Fe 101 Guide is updated regularly and new videos are posted monthly.
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Welcome to Santa Fe, my hometown since 1692! For the last 328 years Santa Fe has been home to my family. This is where I grew up, I raised my two children here and this is where my parents are buried. In addition to being a mother and daughter, I’m also the author of eight books on Santa Fe and New Mexico, a historian, tour guide and a former driver for Uber and Lyft. In fact, the genesis of Santa Fe 101 came about in the form of market research during my work as a ride share driver. Visitors were always asking for suggestions on where to eat, what to see and where to shop. As a driver I also learned about the pitfalls and things to avoid while visiting.
Unlike other travel guides, Santa Fe 101 is free of advertising, all listings have equal representation. Best of all, the fifty-page guide features more than 900 internet links of things to do – from 185 restaurants to outdoor and cultural activities and even metaphysical and spiritual pursuits in and around Santa Fe and northern New Mexico. All of the organizations listed are broken down by category and location which will help you make better use of your time and save you the hassle of having to do all of the Google searches yourself. Whether this is your first trip, your twentieth, or you’re planning on moving here, let Santa Fe 101 be your guide.
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Your visit to Santa Fe – the high mountain desert city
Hundreds of diverse restaurants in Santa Fe and the surrounding area
From craft cocktails to margaritas – endless possibilities
Paint the town red
Working out/getting worked on
From meditation to intellectual inspiration
Santa Fe’s mountain vortex – a beacon for many
“To Be or Not to Be” as long as it’s in Santa Fe
Indoor, Outdoor and In the Clouds
From the stands to the fields, mountains, rivers and slopes
Santa Fe’s springboard to different cultures, eras and worlds
The only state with 19 distinct Indigenous communities
Home away from home
Today’s visitor, tomorrow’s resident
Getting around town
Be prepared for the unexpected
This guide is segmented into 16 different categories, each with their own table of contents that makes scrolling to a section within each guide quick and easy, no matter what kind of device you’re using.
Santa Fe 101 will enable you to navigate the numerous activities, restaurants and events that make Santa Fe the cultural capital of the Southwest. More than 900 internet links delivered in a nano second allows more time to enjoy Santa Fe rather than search for it.
Santa Fe 101 was developed with the user in mind, not business owners. This unique internet guide to Santa Fe is free from advertising. The ad free format allows the user to make intelligent decisions based on the information provided by the click of a link. Let the creative and talented people associated with each entity assist you on your quest for a memorable visit in Santa Fe.
As a member of Santa Fe 101, you will get the guide and will have access to historical videos similar to the ones on my YouTube channel. Below are a few examples: