Nov 192014
 
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photo John Dunn House Shop. courtesy taos.org

photo John Dunn House Shop. courtesy taos.org

This remote village on a high desert plain is especially magical at Christmas, thanks to its rich mix of cultural traditions. Not to miss: historic Ledoux Street all lit up with luminarias (paper lanterns); the ceremonial reenactments of Mary and Joseph’s search for shelter, called posadas; and the dramatic American Indian Christmas Eve celebration that takes over the main square in Taos Pueblo. Plus, visitors can ski all day long on Christmas Day at Taos Ski Resort, 18 miles away.

Near the town square, El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa features objects from around the world in its spare, elegant rooms. Book a room with a fireplace to up the cozy factor.

Hungry?  On twinkling Ledoux Street, the seven-table hideaway Byzantium offers a winter menu with dishes like shrimp ceviche and grilled pork scaloppine with apple, cabbage and mustard-seed compote.

Visit www.taos.org for more info

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