On the edge of modern Albuquerque, a series of hillsides holds evidence of much older, and incompletely understood, civilization.
On a brief visit to Taos Pueblo and the town of Taos, PHeymont found both less and more than he expected.
A selection of scenes along the way from Santa Fe to Taos, and to Albuquerque, without the towns.
PHeymont visited the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, a joint project of New Mexico's 19 Pueblo peoples to preserve and interpret their art and traditions.
PHeymont spends some time strolling and watching and museuming in America's oldest capital city.
At the Hispanic National Cultural Center in Albuquerque, an exhibit highlights the art of the piñata
Santa Fe's St. Francis Cathedral is a 19th-century building with classical motifs as well as Spanish and Native American influences.
PHeymont almost missed this side-of-the-road excursion into our automotive past... but it was definitely worth the U-turn!
Travel Rob goes to see the Earthships, some of the most innovative off the grid homes.
Samantha takes us to see one of America's newest and most unusual State Capitol buildings.
Travel Rob visits the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge and sees the spectacular view from it.
When it comes to museums, Santa Fe has a lot to brag about. Marilyn Jones has selected three of her favorites to share with us.
Hotels, churches, museums, the plaza and downtown streets are decked out for the holidays in Santa Fe, New Mexico. As the oldest capital city in North America and the oldest European city west of the Mississippi, Santa Fe is steeped in tradition and respect for the Christian faith which is reflected in its Christmastime charm. Originally occupied by Pueblo Indians, the "Kingdom of New Mexico" was first claimed for Spain in 1540 — 67 years before the founding of Santa Fe. Today its...
Out in the middle of nowhere is the Four Corners Monument. This is the only location in the United States where four states, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah, meet in a single spot. Thus, visitors can stand in four states at one...
The last leg of my journey on Route 66 was from Gallup to Albuquerque. The is a lot to see on this leg, but I rushed to meet The Amazing Ms. D ,who was flying in to Albuquerque for a writers workshop. Therefore I only had time for one thing. I chose...