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by Carly Milne. Posted Mar 15th 2011 02:00 PM
Continue ReadingMany of the Roadside attractions that have delighted motorists for decades are now endangered. time and development haven't been very friendly to many of these icons, and a number of them will disappear soon. So if you're hopping in the car this summer, make sure you drop by one of these formerly fabulous sites. It may be your last chance to see them. See the complete photo gallery.
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by Nomadic Matt. Posted Oct 29th 2010 01:44 PM
Continue ReadingEveryone loves a festival-a chance to enjoy the great outdoors and have some fun. But if plain old music festivals just aren't exciting anymore, what would you say to the world's largest mud fight? Or how about pelting perfect strangers with oranges? Or maybe running through the streets almost completely in the buff? Here are some of the world's strangest festivals, where you are guaranteed not to get bored.
by Kim Goodin. Posted Oct 18th 2010 04:41 PM
Continue ReadingSanta Fe is usually thought of as place for romantic getaways, or for gallery-hopping weekends. But Santa Fe with kids can be equally as enjoyable. Plan a full day of fun and your children will be begging to stay longer. For the best family vacation in Santa Fe, your day should include kid-centric activities, as well as at least a little glimpse of the art that has made the city such a renowned destination among culture aficionados. Here's a one-day itinerary that covers all the bases.
by Sharyl Stockstill. Posted Oct 12th 2010 04:23 PM
Continue ReadingHappy hour specials in Albuquerque, NM offer something for everyone. If you are looking for something upscale to impress your clients, Albuquerque has that. If you want a place to cheer for your sports team, Albuquerque has that, too. Interested in something that is as spicy and colorful as Albuquerque itself? There is no end to that. One of the great things about happy hour in Albuquerque is that designated drivers can score free soft drinks. Each local Albuquerque bar, lounge, and pub has different policies but it never hurts to inquire.
by Sharyl Stockstill. Posted Oct 11th 2010 08:52 PM
Continue ReadingSanta Fe is one of the oldest cities in the United States. With the oldest government building (Palace of the Governors), and a 400-year-old church, many of the myths and legends that surround Santa Fe can trace their roots to the Spanish settlers and their religious beliefs. Take a closer look at some of the city's most famous urban legends in this article about Santa Fe mythbusters.
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