We love this area and have visited many times. Most often, we’ve stayed in Santa Fe. But this time, we decided to spend our time in Taos. Smaller than Santa Fe, and not quite so polished, which suits us just fine. We were there for three days and could have stayed much longer.
We bought local goat cheese and tomatoes at the Farmers’ Market, perused art in the park (considered buying a flawed saint), visited the wonderful Millicent Rogers Museum (coveted her turquoise and silver bracelet collection), and had a fabulous dinner at The Love Apple (lamb meatballs in tomato-tamarind broth; grilled rainbow trout with chipotle cream; and the most amazing blue corn muffins with green chile butter and a salad of local greens, pears, pecans, and warm goat cheese).
As the New Mexico license plate proclaims, this truly is The Land of Enchantment.
Where we stayed: Taos RV Park