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A friend of ours (mostly my wife's) lives in Phoenix and we're thinking of visiting in early April while they still live there.

I looked at a map to see what's in the area and saw that ABQ, Santa Fe, Taos are not far out of the way on our return to South Florida.

Does this seem like a reasonably interesting detour for 3-5 days?

We are not normally museum or event goers but usually roam around, do a lot of walking and just see the sights. A few stores would always interest my wife.

Requesting suggestions.

Thanks.

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