From the Event Organizer:
Northern New Mexico is full of mystery, magic, and epic scenery. Travel along the old Camino Real, a conquistador-era road that connected the ancient civilizations of Mexico and the American Southwest, to get a taste of the state’s unique blending of cultures. Marvel at native pottery at the Poeh Cultural Center, visit a “miraculous” Catholic shrine, try the region’s famous red chile, and enjoy a performance at the renowned Santa Fe Opera to be charmed by this “Land of Enchantment.”
Try classic New Mexican cuisine for lunch, including the famous red chile, at the celebrated Rancho de Chimayó restaurant.
Take in world-class opera at the Santa Fe Opera for a unique open-air performance.
Learn about the ancient culture at the Poeh Cultural Center at Pojoaque Pueblo, a native village that translates to “water gathering place.”
Follow in the footsteps of more than 300,000 yearly visitors who hope for a miracle cure at the Santuario Shrine in the Village of Chimayó.
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