Territorial Inn At The Marcy

215 Washington Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States
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From El Paso, follow the first...


From El Paso, follow the first transcontinental stagecoach line in the United States the 1858-61 Butterfield Trail (hiway 28). Next to Las Cruces, visit La Mesilla, the onetime Mexican border town where the Gadsden Purchase was signed in 1853. Visit the Territorial Inn where Bec and I had our wedding reception. Stop by the Billy the Kid Saloon in Las Cruces, too.
Then head west on Interstate 10. Turn South at Deming, home of the Great American Duck Race in August, on Hiway 11 to Rock Hound State Park where you can get and take home agate, jasper and opal samples. Then tour Pancho Villa State Park, in Columbus, NM where the Mexican revolutionary's forces attacked a U.S. Army encampment in March, 1916. Back on I-10 to Lordsburg. Near Lordsburg are the ghost towns of Shakespeare and Steins, where Curly Bill Brocius and Johnny Ringo hung out.

Go Northeast (Hiway 90) from Lordsburg to Silver City, to see mansard-roofed Victorian homes. The Silver City Museum being a prime example. Near Silver City are the Santa Rita Open-Pit Copper Mine (my ex-father in law was the Superintendent at one time), one of the largest mining operations in the country, and City of Rocks State Park, a place of weirdly shaped volcanic tuff. --another volcanic discharge is schist. So occasionally, if your a luck geology student you get to say tuff schist to your friends. OK it is not a great joke but every Geology 101 student knows that sometime life is just tuff schist. --- Just north of Silver City is the ghost town of Pinos Altos, which endured numerous Apache attacks in its heyday, 1867-1880. Still farther north is remote Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument in the heart of the vast Gila National Forest, the first Congressionally designated forest in the country. If time permits, farther east are the hot mineral baths of Truth or Consequences, and fishing at Elephant Butte and Caballo Lakes, on the Rio Grande.

To the east, beneath the foreboding Black Range — the strong-hold of famed Indian leaders Cochise, Mangas Coloradas, Victorio and Geronimo — is the ghost town of Kingston, once one of the
rowdiest mining camps in New Mexico.


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B&B in Santa Fe

by BarbCan

Has anyone ever stayed at the Territorial Inn in Santa Fe? It is a B&B downtown. I would like some more info.

Re: B&B in Santa Fe

by j_laurent

I have never stayed there, but it's only one block away from the plaza!! It's in the heart of Santa Fe...excellent location! I lived in Santa Fe for a while, and it's a wonderful place..I hope you will enjoy your time there!!!

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Travel Tips for Santa Fe

It's a Bubbly Beer!

by VeronicaG

We were traveling with friends, one of whom ordered a bottle of Sol Beer when we stopped for lunch at the Eating House restaurant in Pajoaque.

SOL BEER is an import from Mexico and is light and bubbly, like champagne. The first barrel, produced by the Cuauhtemoc Brewing Company in the late 1890's, won first prize at the Chicago and Paris World Fairs.

The Moctezuma Brewing Company of Monterrey acquired the original company in 1985 and now has breweries in Tecate, Navojoa, Guadalajara, Toluca and Orizaba, Mexico. I've read that SOL is also available in Texas.

Both the brewery and beer garden can be toured--visitors receive a free glass of draft beer.

Institute of American Indian Arts Museum

by AlbuqRay

The Institute of American Indian Arts Museum is "dedicated to showcasing contemporary Native American fine art and to training the next generation of Native museum professionals." It is located in downtown Santa Fe, next to the Cathedral Basilica and the La Fonda Hotel, one block from the historic Santa Fe Plaza and the Palace of the Governors. The Museum’s collection includes over 7,000 works of art.

The State Capitol of New...

by brdwtchr

The State Capitol of New Mexico is only about a block south of the San miguel Mission. It is free to enter and admire the architecture and works of art inside. (I always try and go to the places that have free admission.)

Collecting Art Glass?

by VeronicaG about Tesuque Glass

Tesuque Glass had a nice selection of unique and contemporary glassware.

As I surveyed the store, I noticed plates with lovely swirled patterns, vases crowned with a flourish of ruffles, colorful bowls and glass baubles in assorted hues for the garden, bracelets, earrings, wine and beverage glasses, stylized floral votives and whimsical red glass chili peppers.

Each piece of art glass was arranged to its best advantage on shelves or hanging just so to catch the light from the windows, reflecting it beautifully throughout the shop. (picture#2).

The glass studio was located near Shidoni Foundry--also in the shopping tips. Unique art glass creations Art prices


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 Territorial Inn At The Marcy

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Address: 215 Washington Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States