New Mexico Bed and Breakfast Inns
|High Rolls||Jemez Springs||Kingston||Ojo Caliente|
|Ranchos de Taos||Santa Fe||Silver City||South Cimarron|
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Land of Enchantment
New Mexico's natural landscapes, traditional architecture, and magnificent sunsets, provide the perfect backdrop for the rich history and proud heritage that exist in the Land of Enchantment. The unique blend of Native American, Mexican, Spanish and Western cultural influences helped New Mexico to develop a colorful and distinctive spirit.
There is no other state with so many national parks dedicated to Native Indian civilizations. From Bandelier in Los Alamos to the ancestral Pueblo Indian ruins in Aztec to the Chaco Culture in Nageezi, the whole state has places where you can learn about this important cultural heritage.
Albuquerque and Santa Fe are the main urban areas in New Mexico. Both are attractive towns with excellent tourist infrastructure. They are good starting points for exploring the rest of the state.
For hiking and other outdoor activities, El imposible national park and White Sands are spectacular national parks, where anyone with a love for the outdoor can spend whole weeks.
Mt. Baker Lodging, Inc. (accommodations)|
Glacier, Washington, United States
|WASHINGTON STATE: Conveniently located just 2-hours north of Seattle, and 1.5-hours south of Vancouver, B.C., Mt. Baker Lodging is a delightful alternative to the traditional Mt. Baker area bed and... [more]|