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Trip Report My trip to Colorado and New Mexico

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I posted this at the end of the info stream but thought I would pot as a trip report to thank those that helped me!

With all of your help - it was a wonderful trip! Some of my favorite highlights:

Denver - Dbar and Bang! were both amazing and I highly recommend them. The Denver Mint tour was very interesting and I am glad we went. The Red Rocks were very beautiful and it was anice day to walk around.

Colorado Springs - The Olympic Training Center tour was interesting. The drive up to Pike's Peak was nail biting and the view from the top was awesome!

Taos - the highlight here was definitely the Taos Pueblo - so amazing to see that people are still living in within the walls! Graham's was our favorite restaurant - every dish perfect.

Santa Fe - this was my favorite stop on the trip. I highly recommend El Paradero Bed and Breakfast. It was a short walk to the Plaza. We also enjoyed meals at Cowgirl Cafe, The Shed, and a local Italian spot on Garfield St.

Albuquerque - we did not do much here - we walked around the shops at the plaza and enjoyed good great dessert from Flying Star Cafe. O'Neills pub was great too.

I look forward to exploring southwest Colorado when I can go during warmer temps.

Thanks!

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