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Santa Fe is a very artistic and creative city with an European flavor to it. It has amazing food, beautiful architecture, fairly green, and progressive city. My favorite story about Santa Fe it the recent election of our mayor. It wasn't until after he won that I found out he was gay due to national news reporting we had elected a gay mayor. To my knowledge, it NEVER came up as an issue and I felt very proud to live in this city that day! I also really appreciate the Spanish and Native American culture influence that you can feel in this city. The cons about Santa Fe: Santa Feans natives are terrible drivers, easy to anger, and quick to take offense. I also wish it had a stronger economy than it does outside of tourism.
I enjoy the area that I live in with my family. It is somewhat rural, but still very accessible to Santa fe. It is considered still city limits. The only thing I have to complain about is the drivers. I just moved here in August and never experienced this much reckless driving. No one signals, people zoom through yellow and RED lights. It's crazy! Otherwise, Santa fe is a wonderful and beautiful place to live and eat!
Santa Fe is a small, historic capitol city with a rich multicultural background. A hub for travelers, artists, and retirees, there are both established and developing scenes for the arts, music, and performance. Though the city is somewhat lacking in a bustling nightlife, the gorgeous parks and plentiful outdoor activities, the excellent and diverse restaurants, and the friendliness of the local Santa Feans make it a thoroughly enjoyable modern melting-pot.