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  1. The trip was great. We hit a bunch of these spots plus a few that weren't on here. Summary: Breakfast: - Tia Sophias -- legit chile on their huevos rancheros - Pasqual - smoked trout hash was badass - Downtown Subscription - great coffee shop near our VRBO Lunch: - Santa Fe Bite -- renowned green chile burger lived up to the hype - Shake Foundation -- another great burger stand - The Shed -- good, not great and crowded as fuck - Casa Sena -- great courtyard and drinks, but the food was mediocre - El Paragua -- hit this on the way back from Ojo Caliente. Great vibe, and the food was incredible Dinner: - Geronimo -- my favorite meal of the trip. Elk tenderloin was a show stopper - Izanami at 10000 waves - great Japanese food with a huge sake selection. Sit outside if you can, the setting up there is really cool - Compound -- fancy place, great food. We sat at the bar, and the bartender filled us in on a bunch of great places to eat and stuff to do - Restaurant Martin -- recommended by the Compound bartender. Very good wine list and the food was great - Sazon - another recommendation by the bartender at Compound. It was very, very good interior Mexican but expensive as shit. Excursions: - Ghost Ranch -- about an hour and a half from Santa Fe. Georgia O'Keefe lived there and painted a lot of landscapes and flowers that looked like vaginas. It is worth the trip. If you can think of a western with cool scenery in it, chances are it was shot there. I did a cool hike there while my wife dicked around in the museums. - Ojo Caliente -- very cool spa with a bunch of natural mineral pools. Go early in the day on a weekday to avoid the crowds. - 10000 Waves -- we got a private tub and a massage and both were awesome. Definitely get a private tub if you're with your lady - it's a panty dropper. - Hikes -- Atalaya mountain -- close to town and you get a great view from the top; Aspen Vista Trial -- takes you to the top of the ski mountain. Great vistas of aspens and other pretty nature shit. I also went for a few runs up Canyon Road and back through some Eastside neighborhoods. There are some awesome houses back there, which are fun to look at while you're almost blacking out from the altitude. Thanks again for the recommendations. Can't wait to go back and try some of the stuff we missed on this trip.
  2. Gracias. Will hit some of these and report back.
  3. Headed up there for Memorial Day. Recs on food / outdoors / etc. appreciated.
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