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Start Planning Now for the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta!

June 25th, 2014 by Emily

Albuquerque International Balloon FiestaLocated just 30 minutes from downtown Albuquerque, Hacienda Vargas is a quiet, charming and historic Inn, nestled along the historic roads of El Camino Real and Route 66.  Our unique bed and breakfast serves as a quiet retreat, away from the hustle and bustle of most modern cities; yet it still remains within easy reach of the popular festivals that happen each year in Albuquerque. Albquerque is known for its mild temperatures, calm winds, and beautiful, clear skies nearly year-round, making this historic city a fantastic ballooning destination anytime of the year.  It is considered to be the hot air ballooning capital of the world.  But there is, perhaps, no better time to see the magical sight when hundreds of hot air balloons descend upon the skies of Albuquerque during the month of October.  Rooms are booking up quickly for the Albuqueque International Balloon Fiesta.  Make your reservation now at our New Mexico Bed and Breakfast so you don’t miss this exquisite event.

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New Mexico Wine Shines at the Albuquerque wine Festival

May 21st, 2014 by Emily

New Mexico wineNew Mexico has a long history of wine production, dating back to the 17th century when the first wine grapes were planted in the Rio Grande Valley.  In fact, New Mexico is the oldest wine growing region in the United States, which should come as no surprise given the regions legendary place in history.  Annual wine festivals in Albuquerque and other nearby regions of New Mexico offer New Mexico wines a chance to shine, and provides guests an easy way to sample the many enticing varieties.  Book your stay at our New Mexico Bed and Breakfast now, and fall in love with New Mexico wines at local wine festivals.

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