An illuminating, in-depth guide that ventures beyond the major destinations and interstates to the real, living New Mexico and its small towns, two-lane roads, hometown cafAcs, ghost towns, sacred sites, historic structures, and spectacular natural landscapes. New Mexico author Sharon Niederman has been traveling, writing about, and photographing her home state for over two decades. In this second revised and updated edition of Exploreras Guide New Mexico, she brings home the best of New Mexicoas cuisine, lodging, and natural environment. With this comprehensive guide, you can explore spectacular, breathtaking hikes and drives; discover treasures created by local artists; find festivals that celebrate native traditions; get indispensable advice on local attractions; and meet the people who will make your visit to the Land of Enchantment the experience of a lifetime. As with all Exploreras Guides, handy icons point out places of extra value, family-friendly establishments, wheelchair access, and lodgings that accept pets. An introductory section provides an outstanding overview of facts and figures, recreational opportunities, scenic byways, monuments, and historic timelines.While service in high-end restaurants and lodgings is generally quite good, in many establishments you may run into staff ... Santa Fea#39;s history is wrapped up in its identity as a destinationaas the end point of the Camino Real, the Royal Road ... Public Lands Information Center (505-954-2002), 301 Dinosaur Trail, Santa Fe.
|Title||:||Explorer's Guide New Mexico (Second Edition) (Explorer's Complete)|
|Publisher||:||The Countryman Press - 2014-03-03|