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    A Tour Through Central New Mexico

    • 4 Hotels
    • 5 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    Many visitors to New Mexico rarely venture far from the northern part of the state, missing out entirely on its midsection—sprawling, craggy desert with no shortage of superlatives. Where else in t... More

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    Actress Jeanne Tripplehorn's Guide to Route 66

    • 2 Hotels
    • 3 Activities

    Jeanne Tripplehorn is the spokesperson for the World Monuments Fund, an organization now working to preserve and protect Route 66. For T+L, Tripplehorn shared her favorite haunts. More

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    An Insider's Santa Fe

    • 1 Hotel
    • 3 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    The country’s oldest state capital celebrates its 400th anniversary in 2009. Spend a day catching up on the city’s most compelling sights. More

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    Exploring Santa Fe

    • 3 Hotels
    • 9 Restaurants
    • 9 Activities

    Ages old and New Age, rich in art and artsy in attitude, deeply charming and more than a little eccentric, New Mexico’s magnetic colonial city draws all kinds of pilgrims More

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    Guide to Artsy Taos, NM

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    • 1 Restaurant
    • 6 Activities

    The desert town of Taos has seen its share of creative types pass through: Ansel Adams, D. H. Lawrence, Georgia O’Keeffe. They were far from the first people to discover its charms, though. More

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    Road Trip: Montana to New Mexico

    • 9 Hotels
    • 3 Restaurants
    • 4 Activities

    Tracing the highest ridge of the Rockies, T+L takes the mother of all road trips-a two-week journey from the glaciers of Montana to the mesas of New Mexico. More

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    Route 60 Guide to New Mexico and Arizona

    • 3 Hotels
    • 3 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    Route 60 is an obscure road that travels coast to coast, sometimes by its rightful designation, sometimes absorbed into newer highways. It runs roughly parallel to the better-known Route 66, but it... More

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    Summer in Santa Fe

    • 4 Hotels
    • 8 Restaurants
    • 19 Activities

    The heady aroma of burning piñon logs permeates the air every night in Santa Fe, where the altitude—nearly 7,000 feet—ensures that even summer evenings are crisp enough for locals to light up their... More

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    Trip Guide to Santa Fe in Winter

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    • 3 Restaurants
    • 4 Activities

    If you think summer is the only time to visit the Southwest, think again. Winter in Santa Fe means adobe walls frosted with snow and air scented with fragrant piñon smoke. There’s also plenty to se... More

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