I'll be without a car in Santa Fe for a Tuesday at the end of this month and dependent on the bus, uber, and foot. I'll meet a friend for lunch (location TBA, his choice) but need ideas for morning and mid-afternoon. (My travel companions will return with our vehicle for dinner, so evening hours are taken care of.)
I'll be at the Silver Saddle Monday and Tuesday nights, have recently explored the Plaza area as well as nearby points of interest, and am not much of a shopper. I don't mind walking, and elevation exposure would be good as I'll be in route to the Grand Canyon for a 6-day backcountry hike.
I'd appreciate ideas about these places, how much time to allow for each, and whether to consider other options.
Museum of Indian Arts, Museum of International Folk Art, Wheelwright Museum, N.M. History Museum. (These are the museums whose descriptions most appealed to me.)
Though not a shopper, I'd like to spend a little time on Canyon Road and possibly visit the Railyard. And it might be nice to relax for half an hour or so at somewhere like The Teahouse or Collected Works bookstore.
I'd love to have a suggested plan for 2-3 hours before lunch and another 3-4 hours after lunch, along with ideas about what to omit and/or add. Thanks, everyone.