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Hiking Along the Turquoise Trail

May 29th, 2015 by Cynthia Spence

Hiking the Turquoise TrailMany guests that stay with us at Hacienda Vargas Bed and Breakfast are looking to escape the frenzied pace of modern day living, and want to step back into a simpler time when the pace of daily activities seemed much slower.  Whether you’re coming from afar, or are coming from one of the many nearby larger cities such as Albuquerque or Santa Fe, Hacienda Vargas is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the romantic, historic ambiance of Old New Mexico.  From the second you arrive at our property, you’ll be ushered back in time and feel the presence of both the original Spanish Settlers and the Pueblo Indians that once dominated this region.  A wonderful way to connect with the history of our piece of the American Southwest is to spend some time hiking along the historic and nearby Turquoise Trail.  Book your room at our Bed and Breakfast today, and get ready to explore some of the most scenic hiking in New Mexico.

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An Albuquerque Inspired Romantic Getaway

January 17th, 2015 by Cynthia Spence

Albuquerque New Mexico romantic getawayNew Mexico, dubbed the “Land of Enchantment”, is called so for good reason.  New Mexico, and Albuquerque specifically, is often touted as one of the most relaxing and romantic vacation destinations in the United States. Famous for their sense of adventure, unique cuisine, vibrant culture, picturesque desert landscapes, and clear skies, the world-renowned cities of New Mexico are the perfect places to enjoy a romantic getaway this winter. Anytime of year is a great time to be in Albuquerque, but there is perhaps no better time to show your loved one the time of their lives, when you bring them to New Mexico for an unforgettable romantic getaway during these early winter months. Book your room at our charming Bed and Breakfast Inn, located in a quiet village just outside the romantic city of Albuquerque.

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Winter Activities in New Mexico

November 28th, 2014 by Cynthia Spence

New Mexico Winter ActivitiesWith spectacular weather, featuring 310 glorious days of sunshine and blue skies each year, as well as an abundance of outdoor adventures, New Mexico is a great place for both experienced athletes and those seeking leisurely outdoor fun this winter.  Our unique weather provides us with the ability to enjoy year-round hiking, biking, fishing, golfing, rock climbing, skiing, snowboarding, and even ballooning, and our Bed and Breakfast Inn is the perfect place from which to launch your New Mexico adventure.  Most people come to stay with us for the historic and romantic ambience that our rural setting provides, but we know many guests like to get out and have a little adventure, too.  When you book your room with us this winter, you’ll be able to have the best of both worlds.  Get outside and explore the wide variety of winter activities New Mexico has to offer, then come back to our luxurious, peaceful accomodations for some quality downtime together.

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Spring into a Romantic New Mexico Getaway

March 19th, 2014 by Cynthia Spence

romantic new mexico getaway at our new mexico bed and breakfast New Mexico has been nicknamed the Land of Enchantment, and for good reason.  The romance and history, central players to life in New Mexcio, are nothing short of enchanting.  Listen closely to the sounds of New Mexico, and you’ll hear the echoes of those who walked these hills thousands of years ago.  Vibrant cultures, diverse local art, stellar cuisine, stunning sunsets, and limitless outdoor adventure, are just some of the things you’ll find awaiting you on your New Mexico getaway.  Planning an unforgettable experience for your New Mexico getaway starts with booking a room at Hacienda Vargas Bed and Breakfast this spring.

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