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High Road to Taos Art Tour

August 25th, 2014 by Emily

High Road to Taos Art TourNew Mexico is consitently ranked as a top arts destination in the US.  Whether you’re seeking exposure to traditional or contemporary art and culture, the thriving art scene in New Mexico is the place to be. The city of Albuquerque has a public art program, that has been in commission since 1978, and generously sets aside 1% of city construction funds to purchase or commission works of art.  Santa Fe is a virtual art mecca, home to incredible and wold-renowned art markets, and where the historically rich culture of the city lends itself to a variety of Native American art, international folk art and contemporary pieces from a diverse array of artists.  And of course there’s Taos, home to the Taos Art Colony and the Taos Society of Artists.  Stay at our historic Bed and Breakfast this fall, and fall in love with New Mexico’s artistic flair.

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An Enchanting Day Hiking through New Mexico

April 28th, 2014 by Emily

 New Mexico hikingFrom rugged mountaintops to grassy plains, New Mexico’s unique landscapes offer a taste of some truly diverse habitats.  Here, you’ll find unparalleled scenic beauty, and a plentiful population of wildlife and plant species.  At Hacienda Vargas, we are situated perfectly between Santa Fe and Albuquerque.  You’ll find the Sandia Mountains in our backyard, making our area a virtual haven for outdoor enthusiasts.  New Mexico has a well-deserved reputation for the high desert landscapes made famous in part by the artist Georgia O’Keefe, all of which can be explored on a variety of beautiful hiking trails. Come stay with us this spring at our New Mexico Bed and Breakfast, and be inspired by the majestic beauty that can only be discovered by hiking the hills of New Mexico.

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