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Near Horizons: A Weekender's Guide to Easy Trips from Albuquerque

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Designed to assist the Albuquerque dweller who may not have a lot of time, or a huge budget, this guide offers regular doses of "escape." Santa Fe and Taos are not discussed, because so many tour books cover these towns to the nth degree. There are a host of places roughly one to three-and-one-half hours away from Albuquerque just fine for a weekend, if not necessarily ide ...more
Paperback, 236 pages
Published December 31st 2003 by La Alameda Press
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Bart Breen
Delivers what it Promises!

As a new part-time resident of Albuquerque, I wanted to get to know the area better and explore. Picking up this book has been invaluable in providing suggestions for short trips into the surrounding area. It's like having a resident guide to ride along with you and point out the features and attractions of the area.

Now instead of driving aimlessly and hoping to find something interesting, I not only know what to look for and have some understanding as to where to look
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