For those who have the travel bug, or may be susceptible, we provide you with tips and news to get you on the road or in the air.
Culinary Treasures – You can eat your way through Santa Fe on the New Mexico Culinary Treasures Trail. The Santa Fe Travelers tell you all about these restaurants which are long-standing Santa Fe traditions. A couple are amazing burger joints and one is a high-end, well-known Santa Fe dining establishment, The Compound. Find out more about the New Mexico Culinary Treasures Trail.
Unusual Museums Start from Private Collections – travel writer, Beverley Burmeier, has found some very unusual museums across the US. From Tinkertown on the Turquoise Trail in New Mexico to the world’s first permanent gallery dedicated to “Art Too Bad to Be Ignored” housed in the dimly lit basement of a theater in Dedham, Massachusetts. You’ll enjoy her finds. More on quirky musuems.
Get Scared in Old Tucson – Scary things are happening in Old Tucson through October 31st. Adults and older kid will enjoy Nightfall at the Old Tucson Studios . With hideous beasts and monsters, ghoulish stunts, frightening new shows, Wednesdays-Sundays, Wed, Thu, Sun 6-10 pm, Fri-Sat 6 pm – midnight, 520-883-0100or http://www.nightfallaz.com
Jerome, AZ is the Place to Go for Halloween – If you are looking for a place to spend Halloween, let me suggest to you the hillside mining ghost town of Jerome, Arizona. Jerome is located in the beautiful Verde Valley not far from Sedona and within driving distance from Phoenix. Here are some reasons why Halloween would be a great time to visit Jerome. Full Article.
Finding Art in Unusual Spots in Santa Fe – Santa Fe is the capitol of the state of New Mexico. The capitol building, locally known as “The Round House,” is home to an extensive collection of New Mexican art. The building, located at the corner of Paseo de Peralta and Old Santa Fe Trail will surprise you. Santa Fe’s Capitol art collection represents the history and the diversity of the state. More on the Capitol Art Collection and an insider tip on a place to see and purchase art at reasonable prices.
Hiking from Downtown Santa Fe to the Ski Basin– If you are an avid hiker or mountain biker, here’s good news for your trip to Santa Fe. The new La Piedra Trail will connect the Dale Ball Trail North to the Little Tesuque Creek Trail. The new trail means that for the first time people will be able to get on Santa Fe trails near downtown and hike, bike or run all the way up to the Santa Fe ski basin. You would no longer have to go on paved road (Hyde Park Road) to get to the mountains.
Get Out and Travel
We hope this little round up has sparked your interest in travel. The information is current and the events and places enticing. So get out and take a road trip or a plane trip and experience the world of travel.