Thanksgiving has come and gone, which means that Christmas is quickly approaching. Fortunately, there’s still time to get the whole family into the Christmas spirit. Check out these Christmas towns in New Mexico that take the holiday season to a whole new level! Albuquerque It should come as no surprise to anyone that’s ever been there that Albuquerque takes the top spot on our list. Also known as the Duke City, Albuquerque is home to a River of Lights in the ABQ Biopark. The Old Town Plaza features decorations upon decorations, and visitors can take a ride on Christmas Eve in the luminaria trolley tour. To top it all
So summer is almost over and kids will be heading back to school soon, but you didn’t quite travel as you had expected. No need to fear, you can take a road trip around New Mexico and find sights you probably didn’t know existed! We make it easy for you and give you the top ten places you should check out in New Mexico. Lincoln, NM – Once you hit Lincoln, you are officially in Bill the Kid territory! Be sure to check out the old Lincoln County Courthouse to recap Billy the Kid’s adventures. Spaceport America – Although it is currently under construction, it is still a must see.
The first day of summer is quickly approaching meaning school is finished, vacation days are begging to be used, and a strong case of wanderlust is beginning to set in. This summer, why not take your family, friends, or that special someone on an incredible adventure in your own back yard: Route 66. Route 66 is one of the original U.S. Highways and is certainly the most popular. Covering over 2,440 miles, Route 66 is packed full with beautiful sceneries, historical artifacts, and several different cultures. It is the perfect place to explore, make new memories, and have the adventure of a life time. However, before you embark on the