Pictured above: Historic San Felipe de Neri Church in Albuquerque's Old Town
Today's newsletter features the 3rd in our series exploring regional retirement destinations - New Mexico. Here is the link to the entire series
For a state this beautiful its low profile on retirement wish lists must be painful to the State fathers. For one thing NM has at least 5 really top notch retirement towns, places like Las Cruces, for example. For another it has a unique combination of altitude (many towns are 7,000') and southern latitude, which gives it a very livable climate. Read this article, the 3rd in our series. Viva New Mexico!
This famous old western town is one of the most visited (#3) towns at Topretirements. With 3 colleges and that cowboy history, it's a heckuva lot more interesting place to live than some of the more conventional towns close to Phoenix. Explore Arizona's Territorial Capital
Our friend Tony Polk has a great website called TheUnrulyMob.com. A journalist, Tony writes about whatever he thinks is interesting. Here's his take on a Forbes article about retirement - we couldn't agree more.
Boca Raton, FL
Boca is one of the tonier towns on Florida's east coast, although you wouldn't guess that from its Spanish translation. Prices are way, way down from what they were a few years ago. Boca Raton is one of the top towns for culture anywhere.Explore Boca
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San Luis Obispo, CA
Located between San Francisco and Santa Barbara on the Pacific, San Luis Obispo is definitely a best place to retire. It's in pinot noir wine country, has a top university, some of the world's great beaches, plus a lot more.Explore San Luis Obispo
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