No Body Lives Here (miafeliz) wrote in fanta_se,
No Body Lives Here

What to do when you need a wireless fix?

My Internet at home is OUT! I'm at Starbucks because, well, I like its Iced Chais best of any place in town, but the wireless ain't free here, however, according to this website, these are free hotspots in the Santa Fe area, which is quite helpful to know.

Santa Fe
Atomic Cafe - 103 E. Water St. - 505-820-2866
Aztec Cafe - 317 Aztec St - (505) 820-0025
C G Higgins Confections - 847 Ninita St - 505-820-1315
CD Cafe - 301 N Guadalupe St - (505) 986-0735
Java Joe's - 2801 Rodeo Rd
La Canada Wireless Assoc./Eldorado Community Center - 1 Hacienda Loop
Las Chivas Coffee Roasters - 7 Avenida Vista Grande, B-5 - 505-466-1010
Longevity Cafe & Emporium - Water Street & Galisteo - (505) 986-0403
Meridian Espresso & News - 228 Old Santa Fe Trail - (505) 989-9252
Mission Cafe - 239 E. De Vargas Street
NMDOT Rest Area La Bajada - I 25 ( 10 miles south)
New Mexico State Library - 1209 Camino Carlos Rey - 505-476-9700
Pizza Etc - De Vargas Mall, 151 Paseo De Peralta - 505 986 1500
Pyramid Cafe - 505 Cordova Road - 505.989.1378
Santa Fe Baking Company - 504 West Cordova Rd - 505 988 4292
Santa Fe Community College Campus - Richards Avenue
Sun Mountain Bike's Back Door Cafe - in the alley across from 219 Shelby St. - 505-992-1096
The Lucky Bean Coffee House and Goods - 55 C Canada Del Rancho - 505.438.8999
Travel Bug Espresso Bar - 839 Paseo de Peralta - 505-992-0418
La Posada Resort & Spa - 330 E. Palace Ave. - (505)-986-0000
Rancheros de Santa Fe Campground - 736 Old Las Vegas Highway - 800-426-9259
Comfort Inn - 4312 Cerrillos Rd - (505) 474-7330
Comfort Suites - 3348 Cerrillos Road - (505) 473-9004
Hampton Inn - 3625 Cerrillos Rd - (505) 474-3900
La Quinta Inns - 4298 Cerrillos Road - 505.471.1142
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Oh cool. I've never been there. I should get out a bit more, ;-) In fact, I'm considering leaving the house, packing up the laptop and go someplace to write.

I usually go to either of the Java Joe's because one is close to my office and the other is close to my home. I am honestly going to admit that I like Starbuck's Iced Chai's the best.

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Thanks for the invitation, but I got started on a roll and don't think I'm up for venturing across town.

Glad you're settling into your new hometown. There's a lot to like about Santa Fe, but then sometimes, you're reminded that it's still a small town.

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Well, getting lost is easy for anyone even with a good sense of direction. You can pick up at Borders or Hastings, a street guide to Santa Fe by Horton Maps. It's a great resource to the city.

St. Francis is definitely the best means of travel north and south in town. To go East and West, Cerrillos is sometimes more direct but often the most congested. Agua Fria and Rodeo are good ways to get you to St. Francis.