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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 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.
by CK Frazier. Posted Sep 24th 2010 11:44 AM
Continue ReadingBrilliant, melon-tinted sunsets settling over ancient, terracotta pueblos and a fiesta of colorful cultures makes Santa Fe, New Mexico one of the most picturesque venues in the Southwest for photo opportunities. Santa Fe is a city that abounds with a unique pulse of creativity, surrounded by the stunning beauty of picturesque, serrated plateaus. Santa Fe evolves with each season, bringing fresh photo opportunities year round.
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by Kay Davis. Posted Aug 27th 2010 02:45 PM
Continue ReadingSanta Fe, N.M. boasts a rich history filled with stories, sayings, and symbols that capture the spirit of the mountains and the sky. Along with these stories came the development of a new American slang. Santa Fe words and expressions today reveal these storied traditions of New Mexico. Here are 10 things that have influenced the Santa Fe slang phrases that local language incorporates.
by Jordan Simon. Posted Nov 15th 2009 04:56 PM
Continue ReadingEver since the author of '1000 Places...', Patricia Schultz, tapped into our collective fantasy about exploration, we have all compiled our own travel bucket lists. But since one traveler's must-see is another's must avoid, a list of America's ten top wonders is equally notable for what's not on it.
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