Albuquerque

University of New Mexico

Whether you’re just visiting New Mexico or are looking to head off to school, the University of Mexico is a great place to check out. Careful planning went into the creation of the University, which is why you’ll find the campus to be a stunning place. From the smart design of the buildings to the distinctive look of the...
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New Mexico Lobos

On your visit to New Mexico, you want to try something different and unexpected. If you enjoy sports, but are looking for a little change-up, then go see the New Mexico Lobos in action.   Lobo means wolf in Spanish, and these wolves are always ready for a good fight. The New Mexico Lobos hail from the University of...
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The Balloon Fiesta in Review!

If you didn’t get the chance to go to the amazing Balloon Fiesta this year, don’t worry, there is always next year to plan for! Until then, find out what happened during this year’s fantastic festival full of balloons, music, good food, and good company.   Of course, the first and foremost attraction to the fiesta is the amazing...
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Albuquerque Isotopes Baseball Team

If the price of a ticket to see a Major League Baseball team is just too much, that doesn’t mean you have to stay home and watch baseball on TV. You can easily enjoy a live game under the warm sunshine, complete with hotdogs, drinks, and perhaps a few home runs.   The Albuquerque Isotopes are a Minor League...
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Albuquerque Celebrities!

neil patrick harris A trip to Albuquerque wouldn’t be complete without a stop by some of the best shops, restaurants, and historical sites in the area, but if your vacation needs something a little more, like some star power, you don’t have to be disappointed. There are lots of celebs from this area, and during your vacation, you’re likely to see any...
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Old Town Albuquerque

San_Felipe_de_Neri_Church_-_Old_Town_Albuquerque,_NM When you think of a trip to Albuquerque, it’s tough to think of an environment that dates back to Colonial days, but Historic Old Town does just that. Initially founded in 1706, the area serves as a cultural center for the city. Here you’ll find hundreds of shops, galleries, and restaurants as well as five different museums. History Abounds...
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Family Friendly Travel Ideas in Albuquerque

ABQ Aquarium Taking a vacation the whole family will enjoy isn’t always easy these days. There are lots of sites to see and things to do in Albuquerque, but are any of them family friendly? Absolutely! Here are some places you may want to consider adding to your list if you’re headed here for a family vacation. Albuquerque Aquarium: There’s nothing...
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Nob Hill on Route 66

Nob Hill Main Streets across the country may be dead, but Albuquerque’s Nob Hill is very much alive and well today, and it’s certainly one place you want to plan to visit while you’re in the city. Nob Hill is Albuquerque’s original main street, but it’s also part of Route 66, giving it even more history than some other places around...
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Local Cuisine of Albuquerque

There are cities that are prized for their local cuisine and then there’s Albuquerque. Here, food gets its own chapter in tourist guides, and with good reason. Albuquerque is a melting pot of cultures. From the well-known Native American and Hispanic sides to the growing Middle Eastern culture here, dining while you’re vacationing in Albuquerque is an experience unto...
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Learn More About The Rich Culture and Heritage of Albuquerque

Albuquerque Planning a trip to Albuquerque? While you may be looking forward to the sights and sounds of this amazing city, one aspect you certainly don’t want to miss is the one-of-a-kind culture here. Albuquerque has regularly been called one of the most culturally diverse cities in the country, and with good reason. It is home to more than 70...
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