Had a fun and relaxing 3-day weekend in Santa Fe. We stayed at the Inn of the Anasazi — a great hotel, and a short walk to the historic town plaza.
Interestingly, our hotel was part of the Rosewood Hotel Group, which also owns the Hotel Seiyo Ginza in Tokyo.
An awesome breakfast dish: Huevos divorciados with tomatillo and chipotle salsa. That’s a tortilla soup in the back, awesome as well. (click on all pictures to enlarge)
Sopaipilla was served with breakfast — this deep fried bread was piping hot, puffy and tasty!
We also had lunch at Plaza Cafe –here’s their chips with three types of salsa: tomatillo, chipotle and pico de gallo (the Alien Beer, a local brew, was pretty darn good, too).
And our dessert:
We also took a quick trip to Pecos National Historic Park, part of the U.S. National Park Service. A shot of the Pecos pueblo and mission ruins:
Read more about Christmas in Santa Fe in this New York Times piece.