Seen at right: Horses graze near Taos Mountain in northern New Mexico.
Photo: Steve Larese
“The Land of Enchantment” and “Colorful Colorado” welcome you. Whether this is your first visit to this beautiful part of the country or you’re practically a local, GuestLife New Mexico and Southern Colorado thanks you for spending time with us.
As New Mexico celebrates its centennial (it became the 47th state on Jan. 6, 1912), we reflect on its much longer history. In the following pages, we introduce you to our cities and regions and suggest road trips with a historic flavor. We also celebrate our first inhabitants: the Native American communities that have called this land home for millennia, and the Spanish, who arrived in 1540.
When you leave your hotel room to explore, take us with you. Use your mobile device to visit Guestlife.com, and “friend us” on Facebook for up-to-the-minute details on upcoming events and travel news.
Finally, please think of GuestLife New Mexico and Southern Colorado as your personal concierge. The answers to many of your questions about the area can be found in the following pages. But if you still have questions, feel free to e-mail me directly at email@example.com. We love New Mexico and Southern Colorado and want to help you and your family enjoy your time here as much as possible.
Thanks for making GuestLife a part of your vacation, and thank you for visiting this incredible part of the world.
Steve Larese, Editor
GuestLife New Mexico and Southern Colorado
Follow the links below to learn more about the cities and areas of New Mexico and Southern Colorado.
Santa Fe, New Mexico »»
History and Arts Converge in a City Four Times as Old as New Mexico's Statehood
Albuquerque, New Mexico »»
Enjoy the Perks and Peaks of New Mexico's Largest City
Taos, New Mexico »»
Exploration Leads From History, Art, and Shopping to Outdoor Adventure
Southern New Mexico »»
Head South to Experience Everything From Underground Space to Outer Space
Northern New Mexico »»
The Roads Less Traveled Take You Right Into the Heart and Soul of New Mexico
Southern Colorado »»
New Mexico's Kindred Spirit to the North Offers Bountiful Discovery and Adventure