Paloma

We started the day as one should in Santa Fe: morning yoga and jog, coffee and a book, a shower, a fascinating conversation. Once we fully recovered from our 10-hour road trip we headed downtown to experience Meow Wolf, a museum with a desire to make you feel on psychedelics: each room transports you to another world, but we left wondering what the purpose of it all was, and were not entirely impressed. The burrito bowl we had from a food truck beforehand was delicious though.

Georgia O’Keeffe’s museum on the other hand was spectacular. We walked around each room and looked at the variety of work she did throughout the years. My favorites are those set in Santa Fe, with the colors of the landscape setting the scene.

A couple olive oil tastings ended the day: the first at a tea room called Opuntia, outdoors among plants and interesting people. The second at Paloma, a fabulous new Mexican restaurant. We ate delicious ceviche and tacos, followed by a dessert of tomatillo sorbetto, almonds, and a drizzle of Libellula EVOO.