|Hotels and Transportation|
Most conference events will take place in the Santa Fe Convention Center or the Eldorado Hotel.
AFS has secured a conference rate at three area hotels:
8/27/14 update: La Posada de Santa Fe is sold out.
Getting to Santa Fe
The Santa Fe Convention and Visitor's Bureau provides detailed information about how to make arrangements to get to Santa Fe, including air travel, shuttles, trains, and rental cars; see http://santafe.org/Visiting_Santa_Fe/About_Santa_Fe/Getting_to_Santa_Fe/.
Flights directly to Santa Fe are available; check to see if they will work for you. Many travellers, though, find more options flying to Albuquerque, followed by a shuttle for the roughly one-hour drive to Santa Fe.
American Folklore Society conference attendees can reserve the Albuquerque/Santa Fe shuttle service with Sandia Shuttle at a discounted rate of $40 round-trip. In August, you should reserve your place by calling the Sandia customer service center at 888-775-5696 and referencing the American Folklore Society.
Santa Fe Guides
AFS tours: https://afsnet.site-ym.com/?page=AM14Events
Santa Fe Travel Guide, The New York Times (August 25, 2014): http://www.nytimes.com/travel/guides/north-america/united-states/new-mexico/santa-fe/overview.html
SantaFe.org: "The Official Travel Site of Santa Fe," with guides to dining and activities
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