The New Mexico Governor’s Mansion Foundation is releasing a new short film narrated by award-winning author Hampton Sides that tells the story of New Mexico’s historic Governor’s Mansion. With tours of the home cancelled due to COVID-19, the film provides a rare opportunity to see parts of the building and grounds that are seldom on display. Check out this short trailer and find the full-length video HERE.
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Santa Fe has a timeless, earthy soul – a chic place that hasn’t forgotten its long and storied past. Founded in 1610, Santa Fe is the oldest state capital in the US, synonymous with contemporary elegance thanks to its architecture, colorful art markets, gourmet restaurants, extraordinary museums, upscale accommodations, the world-class Santa Fe Opera, and 310 days of sunshine. Sitting at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo range at an altitude of over 7000 ft., it’s an exceptional base … Read More