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Albuquerque's Southwest Flavor (PHOTOS)

Like Georgia O'Keefe in a pile of bull skulls, we are happy as can be when surrounded by the sandy minimalism of heat-soaked west.
12/04/2012 06:55am ET | Updated February 3, 2013
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Albuquerque is one of the Southwest's most stunning gems, with plenty of Spanish influence and Native American art. The city has its share of great sites, indoors and outdoors, but we sure are suckers for its iconic Southwest charms. Like Georgia O'Keefe in a pile of bull skulls, we are happy as can be when surrounded by the sandy minimalism of heat-soaked west.

Take a look at a few our favorite hotels that embrace the local culture!

--Devon Antonetti, Oyster.com

Southwest Decor In Albuquerque