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November 15, 2002 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-15

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IF YOU GO

from page 21

The Winter Spanish Market,
showcasing Spanish Colonial art-
work, takes place Dec. 7-8. Call
(505) 983-4038.
Native American animal
dances run throughout
'1 :;`• the winter at north-
,
ern New Mexico's
Indian Pueblos, but
are especially popu-
lar during the hol-
iday season. Call
(505) 852-4265.
With daytime
-winter tempera-
tures generally in
the low 40s and.
the sun shining
300 days per year,
the climate in
Santa Fe is perfect
for winter
sports. Just 16
miles from the
Plaza and 3,000
feet higher elevaL
tion, Ski Santa Fe
is popular with
families, individ-
ual skiers and
snowboarders.
It offers 1,650
feet of vertical
terrain, 43
named runs, vari-
ous hidden trails
and a children's
center providing
lessons and day-
care. Call (505)
982-4429; or visit
www.skisantafe.com online.
Special ski packages, with dis-
counts ranging from 20 percent to
40 percent, are available through
March. Standard motel rooms start
at $45 per night, ranging up to 3=
bedroom luxury condos for $299
per night. Discounts on lift tickets,
ski school and gear rentals are
included through All Santa Fe
Reservations,(877) 737-7366, or
online at www.all-santafe.com .
For more information, contact
Santa Fe Convention & Visitors
Bureau, (800) 777-2489 or (505)
955-6200.
— Susan R. Pollack

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