March 30, 2015

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Canyon Road Farolito Walk

Dusk, Dec 24, 2012 | free
 

This much loved Christmas Eve tradition in Santa Fe brings in thousands of people who walk down the picturesque Canyon Road which is decorated with farolitos and luminarias. Spend time with friends and family and listen to holiday carols as you sip something warm.




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