New Mexico Annual 2011
New Mexico - Annual 2011

NM11 - Albuquerque — The Duke City Top 10, Steve Larese
It’s hard to put a hat on Albuquerque. When visiting friends ask what to do in Albuquerque, I pause, because there’s so much. But here’s a list of 10 must-sees if you want to experience the Duke City.
NM11 - Celebrating the Pueblos, Rick Romancito
Known for creating fine jewelry, weavings, and collectible pottery, as well as for majestic adobe architecture older than the original U.S. colonies, the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico inspire and complement the modern Southwest.
NM11 - Dine Out — Dynamic Dishes,
New Mexico's cuisine is as colorful, adventurous, diverse, and savory as its landscape. 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.
A Few of GuestLife New Mexico and Southern Colorado's favorite Art Galleries.
NM11 - Native American Jewelry — Timeless Attraction, Jean Kepler Ross
Since Prehistoric Times, beauty and ornamentation have ranked high in importance to the people of New Mexico. Today, jewelry artists who create in traditional and contemporary styles enjoy robust interest in their craftsmanship.
NM11 - Northern New Mexico — Points North,
Northern New Mexico has been called the spiritual heart of New Mexico. Given its Spanish and Native American history and breathtaking natural beauty, it’s easy to see why. Road-trip destinations abound throughout Northern New Mexico. Here are 10 that are sure to please all members of the family.
NM11 - Performing Arts — A Flair for the Dynamic, Jean Kepler Ross
The mix of cultures in New Mexico infuses its performing arts with flavorful and exciting variety.
NM11 - Santa Fe — Two Ways in Two Days, Andrew Collins
Among Santa Fe’s many attributes, it’s a perfect destination if you don’t have a car. An amazing, rich variety of museums, restaurants, hotels, and cultural attractions lie within walking distance of each other and the city’s legendary and historic downtown Plaza. But it’s also a great place for visitors who love hopping into a car and setting out for scenic drives through breathtaking high-desert scenery.
NM11 - Southern Colorado — Up the Map, Back in Time, Steve Larese
From ancient ruins and Old West lore to fine dining and high fashion, there’s much to explore in New Mexico’s neighbor to the north. Southwestern Colorado is a land of mountainous wilderness and historic towns, with all the creature comforts of much larger cities.
NM11 - Southern New Mexico — The Unexpected South,
Southern New Mexico is a land of sweeping deserts and forested mountains. It gave birth to ancient civilizations and to the Atomic Age. It’s seeped in stories from America’s past and the future of commercial space flight. A journey into Southern New Mexico quickly reveals that this vast area is a land of beautiful contrasts and shattered stereotypes.
NM11 - Taos — Tour de Taos, Steve Larese
Taos is a historic, artistic, rustic, and refined high-mountain community that exudes an energy that has long attracted people. Visitors worldwide are attracted to Taos’ “meditative” atmosphere, unparalleled art, rich history, and relaxing respites.
NM11 - The Feel-Good Plan,
Whether you're traveling on business, enjoying a couple’s retreat, or treating yourself, a visit to New Mexico should include quality time at one of its diverse spas.
NM11 - The Four Corners, Steve Larese
New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and Utah converge on the Four Corners region, the only point in the United States where four states meet. The Four Corners have entered American mythology through the Western films of John Ford, the novels of Tony Hillerman, and countless images that have tried to capture its mercurial beauty.
NM11 - This Land is Your Land, Nicky Leach
The Land Of Enchantment is a storied landscape, and its 13 national parks reflect that. Lava rocks along the Rio Grande and on a sandstone headland near Gallup preserve petroglyphs carved by travelers over centuries.
NM11 - Traditional Arts — Woven In Time, Steve Larese
The world-renowned skill of New Mexico’s Native artists has been perfected through many lifetimes of work, with one generation passing on techniques, experience, and spirit to the next.
NM11 - Where the Pueblos Are,
The following list of the 19 Pueblos includes their main tribal administration telephone numbers. Always call before visiting to make sure the pueblo is open to the public that day and to clarify rules about photography and other sensitive issues. Feast Days are listed depending on the tribes’ wishes.



GuestLife Best of New Mexico
Limited Edition Posters

Posters printed by GuestLife New Mexico featuring the work of New Mexico artists.

Featured Artists:
Donna Clair, Charles Collins, Georgia O'Keeffe, Carol Hagan, Rance Hood, Andrew Peters, Miguel Martinez, Malcolm Furlow, Pablo Antonio Milan, Leigh Gusterson, Jack Acrey, and Bill Ware.