Stargazing is a luxury in itself. Busy lives may keep us from stepping outdoors to observe the night sky, but locale can be a deterrent, too — without darkness and clear skies, many city dwellers miss the special sights of the night sky. That’s where astrotourism comes in. Read Jill’s story at Travel Awaits.
Category: Santa Fe
Historic New Mexico Road Trip: Santa Fe To Taos
Offering history, culture, religion, and architecture, the high desert between Santa Fe and Taos is a wonderful place for a road trip. Along the High Road from Santa Fe to Taos, you’ll pass through remote mountain villages with Spanish colonial roots, see Pueblo enclaves, visit a chapel that’s thought to hold healing earth, take in…
Santa Fe by Rail–Join us on a Guided Tour
Join travel writer and Evolving Magazine publisher, Jill Dutton, on a guided train tour to Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Curious about train travel? Want to experience Santa Fe’s healing environment? Join us!
For nearly three years I’ve traveled the United States by rail. Now I’d like you to come along. In July I am leading a guided tour from Kansas City, MO. to Santa Fe, NM. We’ll depart KC on July 2 at 10:45 p.m. and arrive in Santa Fe the next afternoon. We’ll spend three full…
My Favorite Places to Stay in Santa Fe, New Mexico
On my numerous trips to Santa Fe, New Mexico I’ve stayed at a variety of lodging from a hostel to a lush townhome in downtown Santa Fe. Here are a few of my favorite places to stay in Santa Fe.
The Shed Restaurant-Santa Fe, New Mexico
Read my review of The Shed at Weekend Notes.
The Southern Locavore
While the term “eating local” is a buzz phrase these days, I’ve found in my travels that it has different expressions in various areas of the U.S. So during my rail trip south, in each city I’ll take readers step-by-step through a journey of eating local. From a visit to the farmers’ market, a farm-to-table restaurant and interviews with farmers and…
Home Away From Home: From Hostels to Luxury Condos, Santa Fe, New Mexico Has An Exciting Array of Lodging Choices
Traveling solo is a lonely business, so part of my goal each trip is to meet as many local folks as well as fellow travelers as possible. Meeting new people takes away some of the loneliness of traveling solo, plus it creates a network of friends I might never have known. One way to meet…