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December 11th-14th,  2014

Travel Writing & Photography Workshop and Tour in Santa Fe, New Mexico 

Registration for the Christmas time Santa Fe workshop is open.  You can see the information on the workshop below. 

Please email TravelBoldly@Gmail.com with questions,

We will be also announcing dates for Spring 2015 Santa Fe workshop and location and dates for Summer 2015 Colorado workshop.

If you'd like information on either of these workshops please send an email with "Spring Santa Fe Travel Writing Workshop" or "Colorado Travel Writing Workshop" in the subject line to Travel Boldly@Gmail.com 

Thanks,

Jerome / July 2014


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Workshop Information:

Janna Graber the editor of GoWorldTravel.com and TravelBoldly's own Jerome Shaw are teaching a joint workshop in Santa Fe, New Mexico in December of 2014.  Santa Fe is great backdrop to learn more about travel journalism from these two travel experts.

New Mexico’s Native American and Spanish roots run deep. Explore this rich heritage in Santa Fe, New Mexico during our four-day tour and writing & photography workshop.

The workshop will be held at La Fonda on the Plaza in Santa Fe from December 11-14, 2014. It will offer expert instruction on travel writing techniques,  travel photography, publishing your own blog or website and the business of travel writing. It will also provide an enjoyable and in-depth look at this unique destination.

About Santa Fe

Santa Fe, New Mexico is like no other place in the United States. The region was home to Native Americans from 1200 to the early 1400′s, and then fell under six different governments over the next 400 years.

All these influences and cultures have blended together to become what locals affectionately call “The City Different.” New Mexico’s capital city is famous for her unique art, architecture and savory cuisine, and is home to 68,000 residents. With an elevation of 7,000 feet above sea level, Santa Fe is located at the base of the southern Rocky Mountains in north-central New Mexico.

During our workshop, we’ll spend time with many local experts, including artists, chefs and local businessmen, who will share their love and knowledge of Santa Fe.

Lodging

La Fonda on the Plaza, a historic inn located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe, will provide comfortable accommodations at a discounted rate for workshop participants. La Fonda can trace its roots back nearly 200 years. It offers the highest contemporary standards of hospitality along with Old World Santa Fe charm. You are free to use any accommodation in the surrounding area and attend the sessions at La Fonda.

Dining

Daily breakfast are provided via your accommodation at La Fonda, A welcome dinner is included as part of the workshop. Other meals may be purchased at your discretion. We encourage you to go out and sample some of Santa Fe’s excellent cuisine and will happily provide recommendations.

Activities

Our schedule will include guided visits to top local attractions, markets, art galleries and even a cooking class. We will visit a local Native American Pueblo. See the schedule for full details.

Price Details

Price is $699 for the workshop  +++  SAVE $100 for earlybird signup through September 15, 2014

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Price includes:

Dinner on Friday
Guided visits to local sites
City Museum Pass
All activities are within walking distance in downtown Santa Fe.
Travel writing and photography workshop sessions at the La Fonda Hotel (see schedule)


Price does not include:

Hotel (a discount code for accommodation at Santa Fe's historic La Fonda hotel is provided with registration - the special discount rate of $99/night for workshop participants includes a sumptuous breakfast) 
Meals (except as noted)
Transportation to Santa Fe
Transportation to and from hotel
Alcohol (guest may purchase at own discretion)

Details

Deposit:  Workshop space is limited. In order to reserve your spot, a $200 non-refundable deposit is due upon booking.

Balance Due: The remaining balance must be paid 35 days before your workshop begins. If the remaining balance is more than five days late, we reserve the right to sell your spot. Deposit cannot be returned.

Cancellation Policy: Because we must purchase lodging and activities so far in advance, the $200 deposit is non-refundable. If you must cancel your registration for any reason, your deposit can be applied as a credit towards any of our other Travel Writing On Location workshops.

Payment Methods:


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