My teens complain there isn't much for them to do.
Lots of night life for the tourists.
Canyon road is the main spot for art galleries of all kinds. Lots of museums and walks to historical places. Access to pueblos, especially on feast days that are open to the public.
Good downhill skiing half an hour up the mountain, with places for cross country skiing on the way. Plenty of places for mountain biking.
Cochiti Lake for swimming/canoeing/fishing, Pecos for hiking and fishing, and beautiful scenery everywhere.
Quite a few weekends dedicated to different arts fairs on the Plaza, with international grade art and awards.
Santa Fe Opera.
There are some neighborhoods that are deteriorating, and others that are million (and more) dollar homes.
Lots of good restaurants, the not so good don't last long. Every kind of cuisine you can think of.
Use of turn signals is considered optional
and yellow light means get on through in a hurry because the folks behind you will keep going well after it turns red. Bicyclists pay no attention to street lights or stop signs the majority of the time.
Hey Medic! Welcome home!