New Mexico – A Movie Scene

By Nathalie Bonnard-Grenet I fell in love with the Southwest and especially with New Mexico, and I am not the only one… With its extraordinary light, beautiful and diversified landscapes, and very few days of rain, New Mexico is perfect for filmmakers. Furthermore, our governor (Bill Richardson) does what it takes to attract the film… Continue reading New Mexico – A Movie Scene

Santa Fe Streets

By Nathalie Bonnard-Grenet Walking through the streets of Santa Fe is walking through history. Each street has stories to tell. Some buildings still hold their secrets behind their walls. Some were the houses of famous personalities and some were the gathering places of unscrupulous affluent residents… Palace Avenue was the home of the building to… Continue reading Santa Fe Streets

The Most Renowned Mystery of Santa Fe, About to Be Unveiled

By Nathalie Bonnard-Grenet Before we enter into the chapel…we will read this sign: “Loretto Chapel, built in 1873, Miraculous Stairway”. Everything you can read on it, is erroneous! Loretto Chapel! No no no, but maybe “The Chapel of our Lady of Light” was a little bit too long to put on this sign. But that… Continue reading The Most Renowned Mystery of Santa Fe, About to Be Unveiled

Explore the Ancient New Mexico Territory – Chimayo

By David Currier Chimayo is not Santa Fe. Santa Fe glistens in the New Mexico sunshine. This exciting state capital is a beacon to travelers yearning to experience the history of the American Southwest. The Spanish began settling this area in 1598. The city of Santa Fe de San Francisco de Assisi was established in… Continue reading Explore the Ancient New Mexico Territory – Chimayo