New Mexico

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New Mexico — One of the most diverse states in the union, New Mexico inspires with sweeping deserts, soaring mountains, blue skies, and ruby sunsets, not to mention its historical depth and modern achievements. From magical Santa Fe to the otherworldly White Sands Desert, New Mexico is indeed a "land of enchantment."

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For UFO hunting, ancient Native American dwellings, Spanish colonial culture, breathtaking plateaus, and sandy deserts.

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5 Free Hotel Perks for Active Travelers

March 07, 2014 by Lindsay Silberman

Whether you're splurging or saving on your hotel, there's a way to get more out of your stay. A property that offers free, outdoorsy perks is perfect for guests ... Read More »

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14 End-of-Season Ski Deals That Can't Be Beat

February 19, 2014 by Will McGough

Skiing can be glamorous and exciting, and unfortunately, expensive. But as the season wears on, discounts start to pop up for both lodging and lift tickets. ... Read More »

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A Cost-Conscious Guide to Spicy Albuquerque

February 18, 2014 by Jessica Festa

New Mexico is the only state with an official state question: "Red or green?" The query, of course, refers to what kind of chile you'll have with your meal. If ... Read More »

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How to Get Around New Mexico with Affordable and Accessible Mass Transit

December 17, 2013 by Lilit Marcus

Good luck heading to the American West without a car. Outside of the major urban areas, the U.S. hasn't exactly embraced the idea of mass transit. There are some ... Read More »

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Zombies, Dracula, Aliens & More: 6 Reasons To Travel This Halloween

October 30, 2013 by Alex Schechter

What could be more fun than a daytrip through Area 51? Or a road trip through Dracula's hometown? On the eve of the season's spookiest holiday, we're looking ... Read More »

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