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Abiquiu, NM HIT : 1101

Georgia O’Keeffe spent nearly 50 years living and painting in Abiquiu, a tiny village an hour north of Santa Fe set amid the red rock bluffs and mesas of the Chama River Valley.
DATE: 3/29/2016 12:00:00 AM
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Chaco Canyon HIT : 279

The trade and political nexus of Puebloan culture is in the middle of nowhere (but, technically, New Mexico)
DATE: 4/20/2016 12:00:00 AM
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Put On Airs HIT : 639

While Beverly Hills may be world famous and its name synonymous with luxury, at its core the city is just a small town. Think Mayberry meets Burberry
DATE: 3/29/2016 12:00:00 AM
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Taos HIT : 660

Almost 7,000 feet up in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Taos is what Santa Fe once was: a high-desert village where art galleries outnumber stop signs, the Native American and Spanish influences prevail, and the most pressing decision is whether you’ll be ordering the red or green chile sauce.
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Find Your Bliss HIT : 686

Bounded on three sides by state parks and conservancy lands, Topanga got its name from the Native American Tongva tribe. Later it housed a famous nudist colony. While the place is no more, the bohemian spirit lives on.
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L.A. to Zion HIT : 643

To reach the glories of Zion, you must go through Vegas, where the red rocks and deep canyons give a taste of what’s to come
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Death Valley HIT : 667

Death Valley National Park recently reclaimed bragging rights as Earth’s hottest place after the World Meteorological Organization ruled that a 136.4-degree temperature reading taken in Libya in 1922 was invalid (it was apparently recorded on asphalt).
DATE: 3/29/2016 12:00:00 AM
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