From the bloggers at Go RVing.
The year is winding down and it won’t be long until our new little one makes his or her entrance into the world. We wanted to get one last adventure in before settling down to nest for a few months as we welcome our new member into the family.
New Mexico, nicknamed Land of Enchantment for its scenic beauty and colorful history, was our destination. After exploring Taos and Los Alamos, we headed over to Santa Fe.
Santa Fe is the oldest European community west of the Mississippi and the oldest state capitol in the United States.
Downtown Santa Fe is beautiful and vibrant, full of culture and color.
The city was intentionally laid out around a central plaza. On the north side of the Plaza was The Palace of the Governors. Today it is the oldest public building in the United States.
On the east side was a church that eventually became Cathedral Basilica of St Francis of Assisi.
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