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For my first excursion to central New Mexico, the flight into Santa Fe introduced me to an exploration of art museums and sculpture gardens. After four days in the state capital and planning another few in Albuquerque, someone at the visitor center advised Rail Runner....更多
We took the train from Sandoval/550 station and headed north to Santa Fe. The trip is very nice. While the train follows Interstate 25 for parts of the journey, it also detours away from the interstate and travels through several small towns and native pueblos....更多
I tried the Rail Runner. First off, I love the name as it reminds me of the road runner bird. Second, the scenic view is nice. Third, the train is spacious, and comfortable. So you are actually enjoying the panorama as you are taken from...更多
The train has a senior price, is clean and on time. Takes about 45" if a fast train, but even locals are not bad.
Take the train to Santa Fe from Albuquerque and relax , enjoy the view. Time flies by as you chill out while riding the rail, exiting at one of many stops along the way. I go all the way to the last stop in Santa...更多
It's a shame the schedule has so few trips. This is an extremely economical and convenient means of travel between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. The views are spectacular but the backdrop is the highlight and distant with the foreground is typical railside fare.
The Rail Runner is a commuter train that runs approximately 100 miles between Belen and Santa Fe and serves Albuquerque as well as a number of intermediate points. The trains are modern and clean and run on time. If you are staying in either Albuquerque...更多
Day two in New Mexico we did our hot air balloon ride and then took a drive up through Santa Fe to Bandelier National Monument (excellent trip). But it left me hesitant to make the drive back up I-25 to Santa Fe the next day....更多