Yes, EVERYTHING in Santa Fe is the Pueblo style, even garages
Walked past the Indians setting up their wares in front of the Palace of the Governors, stopped at the Dime Store for post cards, then walked up the street toward the Institute for American Indian Arts (IAIA). Stopped in a camera store, just to look, and Bill coveted the Nikon P900 superzoom camera - $600 is not in the market today.
The IAIA is a long standing fixture just off the Plaza, with displays of recent (read: modern) art by its students and graduates. This picture is from its Houser Sculpture Gallery:
BY 11 AM, we were first in a long line for our favorite Santa Fe eatery, just across the street.
After lunch we headed for the New Mexico History Museum, where we were reminded of the characters & issues in the prehistory, settlement and U.S. acquisition of the area, as well as modern transportation options:
Then it was back to IAIA to buy a Lakota Noon (their story of Custer's demise), and back to the motel - tired!
Tomorrow we're off to Taos and Red River. Only about 12 miles for the day and 5 days left on the trip!