Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe, New Mexico
15 de Agosto, 2011
Las Vegas a Santa Fe: 50 min

Camino a Santa Fe pasamos por Pecos, un pueblito con ruinas indígenas, en medio del desierto. Visitamos las ruinas, bajamos a una de las casitas que usaban para las ceremonias, y hasta nos cruzamos con una serpiente. Al mediodía llegamos a Santa Fe, la capital de New Mexico. La ciudad es muy pintoresca, con todas las construcciones hechas en adobe o símil. Muchas galerías de arte, botas y camperas de cowboys, alfombras con tejidos indígenas, y muchas artesanías. Pasamos la tarde en la plaza principal, jugando a la pelota, tomando helado y escuchando música.

Indian territory
On our way to Santa Fe we stopped in Pecos to visit the remains of an Indian pueblo. We walked for about an hour and weren’t too impressed with the site (except for the snake we found). Santa Fe is a nice city where most buildings are made with adobe and is full of art galleries selling Indian handcrafts. We even found some alebrijes brought from México. We spent the afternoon at the park watching people eat, eating ice-cream ourselves, playing soccer and listening to music. We were happy not to be on the road for too long.

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