Traveltizers: Eating Good in the Home of Breaking Bad

I’m standing on the observation deck atop Sandia Mountain, surrounded by sky that, in days gone by, I’d have said was the color of turquoise. Thus I’d have paid homage to the Native American culture of Albuquerque, some 5,000 feet below me.

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Traveltizers: Makin’ Music in Macon

“Music is in more than the air; it’s in the town’s DNA,” says my friend when I tell her I’m headed for Macon, Georgia. I soon find that she’s right.

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Traveltizers: Santa Fe’s Summer Markets

I think I’m at a bazaar in India, a market in Mexico, a village in Africa. People in bright traditional garb are weaving baskets, beading necklaces, stitching scarves.

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Savvy Senior: RV Travel Tips in the Summer of COVID

Dear Savvy Senior,

Can you write a column on RV travel for novices? My husband and I have been cooped up all spring and summer because of the coronavirus and would like to take a trip using a rented RV, but we could use some tips and want to be safe.

– Recently Retired

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Traveltizers: Lost and Found in Rural America

I was looking for cows when I saw my first barn quilt.

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Traveltizers: Days of Wine and Flowers

I find a patch of green and begin to unpack our picnic basket.

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Traveltizers: An Unlikely Place for Miracles

Alabama is not a place where I normally expect to find miracles. Bushes may burn, but angels don’t appear from the flames. Flowers are abundant, but they don’t rain from the sky.

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Traveling Overseas is Only Dangerous Until You Get There

For some people, worries about crime and terrorism are enough to rule out travel outside the U.S.

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Keep Winter Weather, Crowds from Ruining Travel Plans

November and December tend to be two of the busiest months to travel. It was reported that around 54.3 million people traveled for Thanksgiving, and 112 million people traveled for Christmas last year.

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