Hi. Husband & I are planning a 5 night visit in September. I have been to Sante Fe years ago and this is his first trip. In this day of covid can I expect to visit the native americans selling their jewelry and crafts under the overhang in town (forget the name of the building)? Are the in town churchs, specifically St Francis and Loretto, open for visitors? Chimayo seems to be open but with "limited" activities ? Madras? Is there any point it driving to Taos? My friends and I did that drive on the last trip and by the time we got there, things were closing. I don't remember thinking I would want to go back. Please give us other suggestions to fill our time. (2 seniors who love scenery, sunsets, local culture, food....not into hiking or overly physical activities). Also, does the place feel relatively covid aware yet welcoming? I know. So many questions and would appreciate input on any of them. Thank you!