Albuquerque

Explore Route 66 in Albuquerque New Mexico

Taking a road trip on Route 66?  Then that means you will be passing directly through Albuquerque. That particular section of Route 66 is known as Central Avenue to those who live there, and everyone can see the neon signs that still line the street from businesses both old and new who support the historical style and want to...
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Indulge in the History of Albuquerque New Mexico

History buffs will have a good time in Albuquerque. With centuries of history filling up this city, surrounding it in the cliff sides and resting in old, preserved buildings, it’s a wonderful place to explore inside and out. Travel to the Petroglyph National Monument and you’ll discover a wealth of ancient rock carvings from native peoples long ago. Archeologists...
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Albuquerque Wine Festival | May 25th – 27th

Soon it will be that time again – the Albuquerque Wine Festival! One thing that people tend to assume about much of New Mexico is that it is nothing but desert land. However, there is much more to the state – and Albuquerque– than meets the eye. May 25th through the 27th will bring in wineries from all around...
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Rio Grande Valley Celtic Festival and Highland Games in Albuquerque!

The last thing one might expect upon strolling into the city is to see people in kilts and playing Gaelic football. But when you visit during May 18-19th, you’re bound to discover just that and much more. Rio Grande Valley Celtic Festival and Highland Games are coming once again to the city for a few days of excitement and...
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The World’s Toughest 10K in Albuquerque New Mexico

Those who love to run and who love a challenge will be able to get behind – or perhaps ahead – in the World’s Toughest 10K. Presented by the ABQ Running Shop, this 10K race isn’t so much about who will win as it is who has the endurance and stamina to finish it. It is one tough but...
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Looking For Music Concerts in Albuquerque? Mark Your Calendar…

Albuquerqueis an excellent place to check out music concerts because of the great venues and wonderful turnouts. You never know who might travel to the city next. Luckily, you don’t have to guess. If you’ve been thinking of visiting the city, here is a quick rundown of what artists or groups you may get to see so you can...
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Herbfest 2013 Albuquerque – Discover Mother Nature

herbfest 2013 Herbfest 2013 is coming. May 11th and 12th at the Rio Grande Nature Center State Park will be the site of Herbfest, where you can go to learn all sorts of interesting facts as well as purchase various herbs, crafts, and more. Herbfest is hosted by Friends of theRio GrandeNatureCenter. They are a nonprofit organization with the goal of...
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The Cultural Diversity of Albuquerque New Mexico

Some people may be surprised at just how culturally diverse Albuquerqueis. There are over 70 ethnicities that are proud to call Albuquerque home. With such a long and rich history, it should come as no surprise that the city features all sorts of different festivals that celebrate traditions of so many different people. While most are familiar with the...
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ABQ Beer Week kicks off…

Taps Albuquerque is about as quirky as they come… we are known for many things. Our history runs deep, our culture is unique and colorful and our landscape is unlike anything you’ve seen before. Alas, that finally poured over (pun intended) into our brews. AMOG.com, a men’s online magazine rated Albuquerque #5 out of 10 among American cities that brew...
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Shop Local

Here at Hotel Andaluz we are in full scale Holiday Season. And with Hanukah in full swing and Christmas just around the corner we thought we’d share some hot spots around Albuquerque for unique and LOCAL gifts. In case you didn’t know Albuquerque and Santa Fe have become huge art destinations in the past two decades. With local and...
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