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4 edition of Frommer"s New Mexico found in the catalog.

Frommer"s New Mexico

by Don Laine

  • 331 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Frommer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Travel Guides - U.S.,
  • Travel - United States,
  • Travel,
  • United States - General,
  • United States - Mountain - New Mexico,
  • North America,
  • Travel & holiday guides,
  • USA,
  • United States - West - Mountain (General),
  • United States - West - Pacific (General),
  • 1981-,
  • Description and travel,
  • Guide-books,
  • Guidebooks,
  • New Mexico

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9935830M
    ISBN 100028609077
    ISBN 109780028609072

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Frommer"s New Mexico by Don Laine Download PDF EPUB FB2

New Mexico is definitely lost in some kind of time warp. Its history dates back far before Columbus set foot on the continent. The whole attitude here is often slower than that of the rest of the world. Like our neighbors down in Mexico, we use the word mañana-- which doesn't so much mean "tomorrow" as it does "not today.".

Book Hotels. New Mexico In One Week in New Mexico New Mexico is a big state. Covering it all in 1 week would only wear a traveler out. That's why I've relegated this tour to the northern part, which has the highest concentration of sights.

You can gaze at ancient petroglyphs etched on stone at the Petroglyph National Monument, shop one of the. However, this book on New Mexico is not as good as I had hoped.

It lacks the things I like best about Frommers (the things only the locals really knew about). This book has a minimal amount of that, otherwise, everything else in the book is just basic and average tourist info/5(13).

However, this book on New Mexico is not as good as I had hoped. It lacks the things I like best about Frommers (the things only the locals really knew about).

This book has a minimal amount of that, otherwise, everything else in the book is just basic and average tourist info/5(11). Look at old books on New Mexico and you rarely find a mention of Los Alamos, now a busy town of ab that has the highest per capita Bloomfield/Salmon Ruins.

Lesley S. King grew up on a ranch in northern New Mexico, where she still returns on weekends to help work cattle. She’s a freelance writer and photographer, and she’s a columnist for New Mexico magazine—as well as an avid kayaker and skier.

Formerly the managing editor for The Santa Fean, she has written about food and restaurants for The New York Times; the Anasazi culture for 5/5(2).

Get this from a library. Frommer's New Mexico. [Lesley S King] -- Presents guidance and tools for visitors to New Mexico, including a foldout map, trip planning information, itineraries, lodging and dining suggestions for different budgets, and details on history. Get this from a library.

Frommer's New Mexico. [Lesley S King] -- Describes New Mexico's history and provides information on accommodations, restaurants, attractions, shopping, recreation, and nightlife.

Lesley S. King grew up on a ranch in northern New Mexico, where she still returns on weekends to help work cattle. She’s a freelance writer and photographer, and she’s a columnist for New Mexico magazine—as well as an avid kayaker and skier.

Formerly the managing editor for The Santa Fean, she has written about food and restaurants for The New York Times; the Anasazi culture for United. Frommer's is a travel guide book series created by Arthur Frommer in Frommer's has since expanded to include more than guidebooks in 14 series, as well as other media including an eponymous radio show and a website.

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