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9 Haunted Halloween Road Trip Destinations

Every town has a ghost story or two, but some places seem to attract more ghostly activity than others. The following four destinations are perfect choices for a spooky Halloween road trip this month. Salem, Massachusetts There is nowhere in … Continue reading

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50 Amazing Places to RV

You might have seen it on a shelf and thought, “I should pick that up.” It’s the national bestseller, “1,000 Places to See Before You Die.” Sometimes the best adventures are those in your own backyard. Here, in alphabetical order, … Continue reading

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Historic Walks of Santa Fe

Walking tours with professional guides leave most of the major hotels every day. Santa Fe Ghost Tour For an hour or so at twilight we took a short walk into Santa Fe’s less well known past, a past filled with … Continue reading

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The City of Holy Faith: Santa Fe

The Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, to the east of the Palace of the Governors, offers the National Collection of Contemporary Indian Art and a spectacular sculpture garden. Two blocks south of the plaza is the San Miguel Mission … Continue reading

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Historically Significant Santa Fe

The low, long adobe building directly to the north is the Palace of the Governors, the oldest continuously occupied public building in the United States and part of the Museum of New Mexico. During the 17th century this was the … Continue reading

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The City Different: Santa Fe, NM

A combination of altitude, desert, and pueblos has produced a magical city that bears little resemblance to nearby Albuquerque or anywhere else for that matter. Santa Fe is the United States’ longest continuously occupied state capital. Located high and dry … Continue reading

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Santa Fe Skies Solar Power Project

Santa Fe Skies is an 11-year-old family built, owned, and operated RV Park overlooking the beautiful mountains of Santa Fe, New Mexico. This “Big Rig friendly” park offers 20/30/50 amp electric service to all 98 sites. This has allowed the … Continue reading

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