New Mexico

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From desert to mountains

Surprising New Mexico. Land of extremes and contrasts, capped by high mountains and home to extensive desert plateaus, small towns and large megacities, blending of Indian, Spanish and Mexican traditions, a territory of savory specialties and craft that Route 66 covers end-to-end over 400 miles.

New Mexico is indeed the Land of Enchantment. For many people traveling the old Mother Road during its hey-day New Mexico presented the first glimpse of the exotic cultures of the southwest. New Mexico presented the adventure of discovery – from the old Indian Pueblos dating back to days before European colonization to the old town plazas of Santa Fe and Albuquerque; bustling with the activity of commerce before there was even a United States of America. Rich heritage steeped in history blended with the ribbon of highway known as Route 66.

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