We were in Santa Fe for just about 12 hours and 8-9 of those were spent snoozing. I must go back soon, though, because it's a beautifully unique city with a really cool vibe. Unlike any other city, I'd say. I can't compare it to another, and I love that. Also, once the sun goes down, even in early July, the cool breezes blow in. Let's just say, Texas does not do that.
We downloaded a pretty cool app pre-trip, TVFoodMaps, and checked out all the spots in Santa Fe that had been featured on some of our favorite shows. We settled on Zia Diner for dinner, and it was a nice choice. I wasn't blown away by the food (I had the poached egg and grilled cheese BLT while Mike had the smoked salmon quesadilla), but it didn't disappoint.
What did blow me away, though, was the Grand Gold margarita (on the rocks). It's a simply made drink -- gold tequila, grand marnier, lime juice, salt on the rim -- but it was made perfectly and was one of the best margaritas I've had in a long, long time.
Sit on the patio, when you go. Margaritas just taste better on a patio. Fact.