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Our Updated Health and Safety Standards The Inn on the Alameda will implement the “Safe Stay” guidelines recommended by the American Hotel & Lodging Association, in conjunction with public health experts and recommendations from the U.S....read more
GHOST RANCH AND THE RIM VISTA TRAIL One of the most rewarding day trips you can make during your visit to Santa Fe is an excursion up to the village of Abiquiu and beyond, past Georgia O’Keeffe’s house (where you might want to pre-arrange a tour) and into...read more
THE CIRCLE TRAIL The snow is slowly retreating from the mountains above Santa Fe, although winter never gives up without a fight in the Rocky Mountains. But the spring runoff is in full force, the authorities are letting water out of the reservoirs into...read more
BANDELIER FROM ABOVE: THE FREY TRAIL You would think, after all the hiking I’ve done around Santa Fe and northern New Mexico over the years, that I would have discovered this overlooked gem long ago. But it took a last-minute change of plans, leading me to...read more
THE DALE BALL TRAILS: PICACHO PEAK It’s finally that time of year when anybody stimulated and made restless by the first warm weather we’ve had all year begins to turn their thoughts to - Hiking! The snow hasn’t let go yet – and in fact the trail I chose...read more
Things had never been better. The Inn on the Alameda, our small family-owned hotel, had just experienced two record-breaking years. The Christmas bonuses were the largest we’d ever paid, in recognition of our fantastic employees’ role in that success. Our...read more
GOING TO MAARS IN NEW MEXICO No, that is not a typo. A maar is a type of volcano. New Mexico is infested with them, statistically speaking. By now you may have noticed that I seem to talk about volcanoes and volcanic features rather often. It’s...read more
NATURAL ALBUQUERQUE: THE RIO GRANDE NATURE CENTER It’s funny how, even in urban areas, nature makes a stand if you give her half a chance. Sometimes she’s a little too pushy, of course, if you count earthquakes and hurricanes – or termites – those times she lets you...read more
RANDALL DAVEY AUDUBON CENTER Sometimes you just need a quick getaway from town, a breath of fresh air, a place to stretch your legs without too many people around, and maybe a spot just to sit and be quiet for awhile. We have the perfect destination for...read more
SNOW, GLORIOUS SNOW! The Pacific storms that have been soaking Southern California have been doing us a bit of good here in Northern New Mexico, and this past week was the perfect opportunity to strike out for the high country and see what nature has put...read more
JEWS OF NEW MEXICO Jewish history in New Mexico goes back, it has been argued, to the founding of the colony. There is evidence that some contemporary New Mexican Hispanics may be descended from “Crypto-Jews” or Marranos. These would have been Sephardic...read more
A CITY OF SUPERLATIVES Santa Feans will gladly tell you the many superlatives that define the city. The oldest. The highest. The best. While there’s no denying the city’s altitude, the veracity of the best is up to you because when it comes to oldest,...read more