|Our official first year photo taken outside of Los Alamos, NM.|
The view from our hotel room window. Pure loveliness!
We ate lunch at a quaint little place called Tia Sophia's and, afterward, we roamed all the shops and places around the Plaza. There were some many hidden stores with gorgeous textiles, jewelry, and apparel! I was in heaven!
The St Francis Cathedral and Basilica was even more beautiful than I was expecting!
Nolan walking the labyrinth just for laughs! haha!
The Loretto Chapel with the legendary spiraling staircase!
The San Miguel Mission. The oldest church in Santa Fe.
Here is a very neat glimpse into the original 1600s adobe steps leading up to the sanctuary. It is built over now, but it was very fascinating that they were able to preserve them.
Here is a spontaneous shot I took of Nolan standing next to the oldest home in Santa Fe.
And, here I am, dressed up for a dinner date with my husband. I asked him for a fancy night out and although he is not a big fan of dressing up, he was pleased to make it a special evening for the two of us!
My husband smoking his cigar on the rooftop of the Eldorado hotel, overlooking Santa Fe.
We ate the most delicious and fancy dinner at La Plazuela inside the La Fonda hotel. It was my choice for the evening and I am glad my husband enjoyed it, too! The gelato there was to die for!
These last snapshots are random. These words I wrote to my husband in the snow are from our drive up to and past Los Almos on our last day. The photo of us sitting is from an intimate little coffee shop we found next to the Loretto Chapel in which my husband fell madly in love with their iced coffee! The last picture is of some anniversary gifts and three delicious French pastries from Santa Fe (probably the best pastries I have ever eaten in my life!).