I made it to Taos, New Mexico and found it to be an artist’s oasis, food lover’s dream, and found an American icon hotel. I wish I could have stayed longer. Here are a few highlights. Enjoy!
I stayed at The Taos Inn, which their rooms have recently been updated, was a pleasant surprise. As a single traveler, they even invited me to their employee Christmas party the night I stayed at the hotel. Some of the nicest people I’ve ever met traveling. The Historic Taos Inn at taosinn.com Lambert’s of Taos is the restaurant to dine at while you’re in town at lambertsoftaos.com
Taos is a really easy walking town with art galleries, Kit Carson home & museum, quaint shops, and the best coffee and hot chocolate that I have ever had at World Cup Coffee. My favorite visit was to San Francisco de Asis Church. It was decorated beautifully for Christmas and I was told that it is the most photographed spot in New Mexico.
The upkeep on this special church is intense and I was not allowed to take photos of the inside.
Don’t miss checking out these galleries, museums and original shops. Not a chain store in site.
” Not all those who wander are lost. ” J.R.R. Tolkien