This eensy village (the population maxes out at 800) just north of Santa Fe is actually on the National Register of Historic Places, as there’s been a pueblo here since 1200 A.D. Now, it’s most often cited for its fantastic flea market, which is a great place to pick up inexpensive rugs and turquoise, if you’re willing to barter. Just check with your concierge in advance, as the town closes to the public a few days a year. So long as you’re making the drive, stop for a some sightseeing around Camel Rock, a camel-shaped rock foundation that’s a quirky local attraction.

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