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*********************************************** *I N N V I S I O N* *Hacienda Antigua* *********************************************** *Complimentary................Full Breakfast *Standard Bed And Breakfast* Featured On The Learning Channels Great Country Inns Program, This 200 Year-old Spanish Hacienda Combines An Exquisite Historical Ambiance With Luxurious Accommodations That Give Visitors An Unforgettable Taste Of The Old Southwest. Built By A Spanish Soldier Sent By King Charles Iii Of Spain To Find Gold, The Hacienda Has Been A Trading Post On The El Camino Real And A Stagecoach Stop Between Santa Fe And Mexico City. In Its Heyday, It Boasted 28 Rooms, A Cantina And A Mercantile Store. Today The Gentle Courtyard Is A Peaceful Retreat Of Dancing Sunlight, Shady Portals And A Dazzling, Ever-changing Display Of Flowers. Listen To The Trickling Fountain, Snooze In The Hammock By The Swimming Pool, And Relax In The Hot Tub Under The Big New Mexico Sky. A Hearty, Palate- Pleasing Breakfast Is Served In The Sun-splashed Courtyard In The Summer And In Front Of A Crackling Kiva Fireplace In The Winter. A Different Menu Greets Guests Each Day With Entrees Such As Decadent Waffles, Sumptuous Egg Casseroles With A Taste Of The Delicious New Mexican Green Chile, And A Knock-out Bread Pudding That Sends Everyone Back For More. Breakfast At Hacienda Antigua Was Featured In Culinary Trends Magazine. Colorful Quilts, Quality Linens, Polished Antiques, And A Fine Collection Of New Mexico Folk Art Give Each Room Its Own Special Feeling. The Warmth And Serenity That Surround You Will Revitalize Your Spirit. Visitors Linger...Not Wanting To Leave.

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Exit I-25 On Osuna Heading West. Go 2.5 Miles , Turn Right After Railroad Tracks Onto Tierra Drive. Proceed 2 Blocks To 6708. ************************************************

-mountain/Forest Hiking -skiing
-winter Sports -biking
-fishing -tramway
-rio Grande Zoo -botanical Park
-aquarium -natural History Museum
-petroglyph Park -indian Cultural Center

6708 TIERRA DR NW Albuquerque, NM 87107

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