October 26, 2020

Explore this Ghostly Tour of Haunted Albuquerque

Ghostly Tour of Haunted Albuquerque Founded in 1706 by the Spanish and home to Native Americans long before, Albuquerque, has centuries of storied history. Tales of witches, ghosts and skin walkers in Ghostly Tour of Haunted Albuquerque have been told for hundreds of years in Native American, Spanish and Anglo culture, and are woven into...
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Greatest 2021 Balloon Show in the history of Earth

Greatest Balloon Show in the history of Earth is Albuquerque’s azure skies become a surreal sight in early October, as dragons, cows, princesses and even Darth Vader and Yoda take flight during the annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta in New Mexico. This big balloon show was sponsored by Canon this year the themed “Where Dreams...
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Best Restaurants Close to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

Like the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta itself, Albuquerque‘s New Mexico cuisine is colorful and adventurous. From simple dishes that have been enjoyed for centuries to Southwest fusion tastes that have created their own genre, New Mexico’s distinct culinary legacy is known throughout the world. After an early morning of watching the greatest ballooning show of earth,...
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Albuquerque’s Hotel Andaluz Celebrates History of Southwest Class

Albuquerque’s AAA Four Diamond Hotel Andaluz may be 75 years old as of June 2014, but there are plenty of new developments to enjoy at this historic downtown boutique property. The hotel’s new restaurant Más features Spanish tapas and wine, as well as a full menu developed by noted chef James Campbell Caruso, who has...
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Albuquerque’s Unique Boutiques

 Albuquerque has its share of large shopping areas, plus plenty of small local businesses selling art and accessories you can only find here. From exquisite Native American pottery to Breaking Bad t-shirts, Albuquerque has you covered for unique gifts and treats for yourself. Shopping malls such as Cottonwood and Coronado will look familiar to most...
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From museums to mountain biking, Albuquerque has something for everyone.

Thanks to Buggs “I should have made a left at Albuquirky” Bunny, a host of country songs, T.V. shows such as “In Plain Sight” and “Breaking Bad,” our busy movie industry and more than a few episodes of “The Simpsons,” Albuquerque has name recognition. But more and more, the Duke City is being recognized beyond...
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Adventurous eating in Albuquerque

Albuquerque’s New Mexico cuisine is as colorful, adventurous, diverse and savory as the city. From simple dishes that have been enjoyed for centuries, to Southwest fusion tastes that have created their own genre, New Mexico’s distinct culinary legacy is known throughout the world. Chile is the foundation for most of New Mexico’s classic dishes. Technically a...
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Where to go after the sun sets.

There’s a wide varieties of nightlife experiences, from punk clubs to sophisticated establishments sure to impress any date. Here’s a cross section of places sure to fit whatever experience you’re looking for, whether it’s to hang with hipsters at live music clubs or sip martinis in velvet chairs. Out of all the clubs and bars...
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Albuquerque’s Holiday Spirit

Albuquerque’s Old Town Plaza on Christmas Eve is aglow in luminarias, paper sacks with candles. — Photo courtesy of Steve Larese Albuquerque embraces the holiday season with a full calendar of events. Here are a few of the Duke City’s largest festivals that’ll make the biggest Scrooge smile. New in Albuquerque this year is the...
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Vegetarians and Vegans, Get Your Green on at Thai Vegan

Find healthy eating at its yummiest in Albuquerque’s new veggie restaurant Thai Vegan, popular among vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike, now has a new and beautiful location in the Nob Hill area of Albuquerque, NM. Open for just a few months, the restaurant now allows those closer to the university to experience the same good food...
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