What is the best restraunt to eat at in Santa Fe, New Mexico?
One of the best restaurants in Santa Fe is "Geronimo" - They serve the best Elk there - its just like beef only more tender. I'm sure they have steaks as well. It is truly a beautiful dining experience. Its located on Canyon Road right in the middle of the art gallery district . Don't you dare go to an Outback when you are in Santa Fe - There probably isn't one there anyway!!!
Their website is www.geronimorestaurant.com
Another great restaurant is the Inn of the Anasazi.
Can the Santa Fe cigars that have filters be inhaled like cigarettes?
From what I gather, they're not that much different to cigarettes in terms of health (given they have a filter) and are a lot more pure than packet cigarettes, seeing as they are cigarettes. So it's probably alright to smoke them as usual!
Look at it this way - if they aren't supposed to be inhaled like a cigarette, then why would they put filters on them?
I recently purchased a Hyundai Santa Fe and was wondering how the alarm system worked?
It's a fairly simple system. It arms when you lock with the remote keyless entry fob or when using the power lock switch and closing the door. It monitors all doors and the hood and if one of those switches is interrupted, it sounds the alarm and flashes the lights for 30 seconds.
How can I tell if my 2004 hyundai santa fe key has a chip in it?
None of the Santa Fe keys have chips in them.
My opinion is biased, but a Hyundai dealership is truly the best place to get a key cut. If you choose the dealer, it is best to bring in the key you have, along with the VIN of your vehicle. That way, if the key is too worn for an accurate trace, the dealer can get its code from Hyundai and program it in for a perfect cut (non dealers usually trace-cut). Some dealers may also request you bring in proof of ownership (the title) and your driver's license for identification.
What is the widest tyre size for 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe?
235 is stock so, 245 is the widest you'll want to go I think. The 1st poster is wrong, this won't damage your transmission/brakes/engine or whatever. The important thing is to make sure the overall diameter of the tire is the same as stock or it will throw off your speed and mileage readings by a couple %. check out http://www.tirerack.com As you will see, the Limited Santa Fe came with 18's, I'm not sure if you have the GLS that came with 16's, so obviously the Santa Fe can handle larger rims straight from the factory even. http://www.tirerack.com/tires/Compare1.jsp?loadRank=2&width=245%2F&ratio=60&diameter=18&vehicleSearch=true&startIndex=0&search=true&pagelen=20&pagenum=1&pagemark=1&performance=SSTAS&performance=HAS&speed_rating=S&speed_rating=T&speed_rating=U&speed_rating=H&speed_rating=V&speed_rating=Z&speed_rating=W&speed_rating=Y&speed_rating=%28Y%29&RunFlat=All&x=51&y=7