I played tourist (minus the fanny pack) two weeks ago and spent a couple lovely days in Santa Fe, NM with my mom. We experienced a city-wide power outage in the middle of the day while trying to find somewhere to eat. You'd have thought the world was ending the way everyone was acting. We sat and "people watched" as we shared the last Frito chili pie from a hot dog stand that was running out of food due to the madness. Luckily the outage occurred right as we were leaving the Georgia O' Keefe Museum. It was the highlight of the trip and wasn't even supposed to be open, due to a change of exhibits. The other highlight was going to the Andrew Smith Gallery where I got to see some original Ansel Adams, Annie Leibovitz, Henri Cartier Bresson, Alfred Stieglitz, and more. (I think I completely geeked out on photography just now.)
I got a little burnt out on art after just two days. Weird for me, I know. But the storms and skies while we were there were amazing. Better than anything on canvas.