SHOPPING - Nomad, (617) 497-6677."It's all handcrafted stuff and really beautiful. It's one of thelittle secrets of Boston."


LODGING - Bishop's Lodge,expensive; (505) 983-6377. "You can swim, ride horses, everythingthere. It also has good food." Hotel Plaza Real,expensive; (505) 988-4900. "A refurbished old Western hotel."

DINING - The Burrito Company, NewMexican; (505) 982-4453. "I like to sit outside here and watch thecowboys heading home." Cafe Paris, French; (505)986-9162. "It's New Mexican-European. It's hard to imagine, butit's a really good restaurant." Cafe Pasqual's,equatorial; (505) 983-9340. "Famous for breakfast." Harry'sRoadhouse, eclectic; (505) 989-4629. "It's home cooking."Swig, Asian; (505) 955-0400. "A bar/restaurantthat's sort of like a New York place."

ATTRACTIONS - Georgia O'Keefe Home andStudio, (505) 685-4539. "O'Keeffe must have gone out therein the late '40s, early '50s, and it's still more modern thananything you see now." Linda Durham Gallery, (505)466-6600. "She's got the best artists." Santa FeOpera, (505) 986-5900. "The opera is great. It's partindoors, part outdoors." Ten Thousand Waves, (505)982-9304. "Beautiful spa that just makes you feel good."