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July Santa Fe Travel Events: Los Alamos Science Fest and Spy Tours

scienceLooking for a fun and interesting event July 13-16, 2016 while visiting Santa Fe and staying at Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn? Here’s a fun one: Los Alamos ScienceFest– Celebrating the secrets and the science of the Atomic Age! We cordially invite guests of Inn at Pueblo Bonito- Santa Fe to add this fun classified event to your party calendar! Spectators of all ages will enjoy interactive exhibits, storytelling and demonstrations putting themselves in the shoes of world-class scientists of Los Alamos New Mexico. We thought would be a unique and fun addition to your July Santa Fe Travel Plans! Science, History, Outdoor lovers delight- this event should be great and add a distinctive element to your New Mexico travel experience. View activities and event calendar for Los Alamos Science Festival HERE

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Atomic Age

Santa Fe Spy Tour – by Ellen Bradbury Reid: 

This special walking tour around the Santa Fe’s Plaza highlights most of the espionage that the KGB conducted during the Manhattan Project. This tour visits spots where secrets were passed and discuss Soviet involvement. Ellen Bradbury Reid moved to Los Alamos in the summer of 1944 when her father was hired by Norris Bradbury to work in the high explosives division. Ellen Wilder married John Bradbury and then eventually married Ed Reid. Her perspective is unique as she grew up in Los Alamos and currently lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Maximum capacity is 15. Click here to register for Santa Fe Spy Tour. Tours given Friday, July 15; Saturday, July 16 at 1pm, $15 per person.

Book your room nights NOW at Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn in downtown Santa Fe for July 13-15 to enjoy the Los Alamos Science Festival. Walk to the best restaurants Northern New Mexico has to offer- just minutes from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast’s doorstep! Combine world class shopping, gallery viewing, historic site seeing, wine tasting and more with this fun and interesting Los Alamos ScienceFest experience! BOOK NOW 

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Santa Fe Summer Spanish Market Activities and Lodging Specials

JULY SANTA FE TRAVEL TIPS: SPANISH MARKET- A MUST DO!

…Traditional Spanish Market – Summer

WHEN: July 30th & 31st, 2016: 8am – 5pm.

WHERE: Santa Fe Plaza area.

Hours and Admission: 8 am- 5 pm: Free!!

The oldest, largest juried Spanish Market in the United States is celebrating with festivals, music, cultural events, food, stories and traditional historic lodging centered in and around Santa Fe’s historic Plaza- July 2016!

Website: http://spanishcolonial.org/spanish-summer-market-santa-fe/

July Spanish Market in al Santa Fe New Mexico

July Spanish Market in al Santa Fe New Mexico

July brings up to 70,000 people (locals, visitors, collectors and enthusiasts) flocking to Santa Fe to experience this traditional Santa Fe Spanish Market event- you don’t want to miss! Hundreds of artists show works which is now known world-wide as the largest juried Spanish Market in the United States! The Spanish Colonial Arts Society proudly announces its 65th Annual Traditional Spanish Market on the historic Santa Fe Plaza on July 30-31, 2016. We humbly invite you to join us at Santa Fe’s Inn at Pueblo Bonito –Santa Fe to experience this wonderful and exciting summer Santa Fe Market event.  The first market took place near the Santa Fe Plaza in 1926. Today our market features authentic artistic traditions which can be traced directly back over 400 years with skilled artists and craftspeople creating breathtaking expressions of living traditions with their art as their only source of income. Styles and quality are differ and are far more exacting in terms of traditional accuracy and finish than tourist pieces sold elsewhere in the USA. Market artists submit pieces and are then juried into the Market with youth mentored by current Market artists in specific categories.

250 Spanish Colonial Artists (approximately) from New Mexico and Southern Colorado take part in this enchanting event. Santa Fe’s downtown plaza is filled with exponents of woodcarving, tinwork, colcha, hide painting, retablos, straw appliqué, furniture and furnishings, weaving, jewelry, filigree, pottery and ironwork. But that’s not all!

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In addition, ¡Viva La Cultura! is a week long immersive experience of Santa Fe’s history, culture and modern daily life! Lecture series, tours, music, culinary events, movies and more are coordinated through cooperative activities with several Santa Fe organizations brining to life the Spanish Market, July 30-31, 2016. Music and performances are on Market stage throughout the weekend, a food court of local flavors and authentic, traditional lodging are provided to limited guests of the one and only Inn at Pueblo Bonito- Santa Fe! Artist demonstrations, interactive art projects, books on Hispanic culture and a special Market Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi are elements of Santa Fe’s Spanish Market you don’t want to miss! Walk to all of these special events and soak in the full experience of this 65 yr old traditional Spanish Market from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn, while feasting on traditional Spanish breakfast items like red chile pork tamales and green chile chicken stew! Give us a call (1-800-461-4599) to make your end of July reservations while availability lasts at Santa Fe’s only 156 yr old historic authentic adobe pueblo-style b&b! Free parking. Easy walk to Market, activities, restaurants, museums, shopping and more!  BOOK NOW ONLINE

Voted "Guest Favorite b&b"- 2015

Voted “Guest Favorite b&b”- 2015

1-800-461-4599. www.pueblobonitoinn.com

Don’t just Stay in Historic New Mexico – Experience it a Inn at Pueblo Bonito- Santa Fe! Check out our reviews here BOOK NOW ONLINE

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July Santa Fe Travel: 4th of July Golf Tournament

Santa Fe Golf + July 4th = Fun!

July 4th Santa Fe New Mexico Travel Activities- Like Golf?

Celebrate July 4th in Santa Fe, NM! Golf lovers will enjoy a Holiday themed Golf tournament- just minutes drive from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn- Santa Fe, NM.

Dawn your best themed July 4th golf attire while playing the game you love and beat the pro! Make your July 4th New Mexico travel plans now and experience historic Santa Fe like never before! Enjoy a sunny, fun fill day of golf AND celebrate 4th of July AND immersing yourself in historic Old Santa Fe culture, cuisine and tradition at Inn at Pueblo Bonito- Santa Fe!

Light up the sky and watch those golf balls fly at the 4th of July Sparks Fly Golf Tournament in Santa Fe New Mexico on Monday, July 4th! A festive, holiday themed tournament celebrating our nation’s biggest holiday while playing in themed golf attire and contest to beat the pro! Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe – minutes drive from Inn at Pueblo Bonito – Santa Fe invites you to bring the entire family for a fun-filled gof golf, food and prizes.

Photo courtesy of City of Santa Fe website Marty Sanchez Golf Course Santa Fe, NM

Photo courtesy of City of Santa Fe website Marty Sanchez Golf Course Santa Fe, NM

What: 4th of July Sparks Fly Golf Tournament

When: Monday, July 4, 2016-9:00 a.m. Shotgun Start

Eligibility: Entry is open to all skill levels; first 120 entries welcome

Cost:$75 per player or $300 per four-some team; call the pro shop at 955-4400!

Fee Includes:

  • Green fees;
  • Meal;
  • Prizes for best themed golf attire, beat the pro contest and tournament winners;
  • Driving range usage;

View Golf Life video on Marty Sanchez Golf Course in Santa Fe, NM

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Santa Fe International Folk Art Market 2016 Information

International Folk Art MarketInternational Folk Art Market Visitor Information:

2016 Santa Fe Folk Art Market will soon be here! Santa Fe travelers don’t miss out on any of it‘s offerings! Hard to describe but we’ll try: Santa Fe Folk Art Market is “Unique”, “Innovative”, “Interesting”, “Intriguing”, “Whimsical” and so much more. Honestly words do not pay the whole Folk Art market experience justice! Santa Fe Folk Art Market is simply an annual New Mexico Event visitors must experience first hand. Inn at Pueblo Bonito- Santa Fe hosts guests from all over the US and World each year who come to this one-of-a-kind event- the largest Folk Art Market in the World! Santa Fe New Mexico travelers converge July 9,10,11,12 celebrating diverse cultures, traditions, faiths, dress and foods! So don’t miss out- here some visitor information we hope you‘ll find helpful:

Where to Stay:  Inn at Pueblo Bonito – Santa Fe! Voted “Guest Favorite” Santa Fe b&b three years in a row! Most convenient for Folk Art Market Attendees as it’s 3 minute stroll to P.E.R.A pick up/drop free shuttle location to all Market events! Due to popularity, limited rooms and affordablity Folk Art Market visitors should call now! Direct Bookings only at this historic adobe pueblo-style Santa Fe b&b, quietly nestled in “prime” downtown location! 1-800-461-4599 See Summer Specials: HERE!

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Santa Fe Folk Art Market Schedule 2016:

Friday July 10: 6:30 – 9 PM: Market Opening Party – Gathering under the stars!

Tickets $225 ($125 tax deductible). Shop, dance, listen to international music, enjoy international food and drink tasting. Inn at Pueblo Bonito guests will walk to free shuttle service to Museum Hill (location of Market event). Shuttles run from 6 to 9:15pm TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE for Market Opening Party- no ticket sales at the gate.

Saturday July 11: International Folk Art Market Santa Fe

Early Bird Market 7:30 am to 9am Be early and meet the artists first hand without the crowd! Tickets: $75- include all day Saturday Market!
Regular Market 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Adult $15 if purchased before June 1; $20.00 after; youth 16 and under are free! Ticket includes: entrance to the Museum of International Folk Art, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, and the Santa Fe Botanical Garden on Museum Hill. Explore the market, international foods, entertainment.

Comanche Mask for Carnival and Day of the Dead Dances Huastec People San Luis Potosí, Mexico 1997 International Folk Art Foundation

Comanche Mask for Carnival and
Day of the Dead Dances
Huastec People
San Luis Potosí, Mexico
1997
International Folk Art Foundation

TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE– no ticket sales at the gate.

Sunday July 12: Folk Art Market- Family Day 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Adult tickets $10.00 before June 1; $15 after June 1; Youth 16 and under are free! Ticket price includes admission to Museum of International Folk Art and Santa Fe Botanical Garden on Museum Hill and Museum of Indian Arts & Culture! Inn at Pueblo Bonito guests can easily walk to Shuttle pick up/drop off which will run from 8 am to 5:15 pm. TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE– no ticket sales at the gate.

For information on Santa Fe International Folk Art Market- visit International Folk Art Museum’s website at: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/eventsedu/jul.html

Where to Eat: Walk to Santa Fe finest restuarants from the P.E.R.A shuttle drop off location or Inn at Pueblo Bonito! Here are a few excellent choices to consider: Restaurant Martin; Pink Adobe; El Farol; Geronimos; La Casa Sena; Tomasitas; The Thunderbird on the plaza; La Boca; El Meson; Pranzo’s Italian Grill; Saveur Bistro; and so many more! Don’t forget the cafe at Museum Hill- try thier desserts and herbal teas!

Historic Adobe- Pueblo Bonito b&b inn-Santa Fe.

Historic Adobe- Pueblo Bonito b&b inn-Santa Fe.

Blog Compliments of: Pueblo Bonito b&b inn Santa Fe, NM

2015 Folk Art Market Information from International Folk Art Market website.

 

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The Tamale – A New Mexico Tradition of Hospitality

Red Chile Pork Tamales served at Pueblo Bonito Inn- Santa Fe!

Red Chile Pork Tamales served at Pueblo Bonito Inn- Santa Fe!

History of Tamales

This blog has been prepared for guests of Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn- Santa Fe. In response to the popularity of our New Mexico red chile pork tamales served hot daily for breakfast. We hope you enjoy the History of the Tamale!!

“Tamale” is derived from the word tamalii an Aztec word meaning “wrapped food”. Though we are not certain when or who invented the tamale, we do know tamales were written about since pre-Columbian days. Aztecs served Spaniard soldiers tamales during visits to Mexico in the 1550’s. Tamales were eaten by soldiers on long sojourns into Mexico as tamales are portable and easy to heat.

Tamales have been eaten in the United States since at least 1893 when they were featured at the World’s Columbian Exposition. A tradition of roving tamale sellers was documented in early 20th-century in blue/ragtime music song “They’re Red Hot” by Robert Johnson.

While Mexican-style and other Latin American-style tamales are featured at ethnic restaurants throughout the United States, Pueblo Bonito b&b inn- Santa Fe proudly features our traditional New Mexico red chile pork tamale! A distinctly indigenous tribute to New Mexico culture, tradition and cuisine.

Breakfast Tamales served Hot!

Breakfast Tamales served Hot!

Tamales typically are not made every day, as they once were, as they are very labor intensive. Rather you find tamales being made for special occasions like the Day of the Dead, Christmas, Native American Feast Days, New Year’s or just about any other family or holiday celebration. Tamale making is usually a family affair! Traditionally family members gather together and make fillings and masa the day before. Day 2 creates an assembly line- family of all ages form to spread the masa on corn husks, fill and fold the tamales. Once the tamales are assembled, they are steamed and finally eaten. Usually hundreds of tamales are made at once so everyone can take some home and share with friends and family. Guests of Pueblo Bonito, though not required to create the tamale, are warmly invited to our tables to share as friends in this delectable tradition of hospitality- enjoy!

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Santa Fe July Festival Event to Enhance your New Mexico Adventure Travel Plans!

2016 Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival July Travel Event

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival July Travel Event

Santa Fe July Festival events are certain to make for memorable New Mexico Adventure travels! The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival is one of those July Santa Fe Summer Festivals you don’t want to miss! Since it’s 1972 founding, guided by a visionary spirit and dedicated artistic excellence and innovation, the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival has become a preeminent music festival- known around the music world. Santa Fe’s unique location provides a setting nestled amid the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains which has been a valuable contribution to the success of this Music Festival.

We are excited for 2016 Season of the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival to begin. Welcoming extraordinary artists like Orion Weiss (pianist) provides Santa Fe travelers the opportunity to create memorable travel experiences when visiting New  Mexico. Orion makes his debut with the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival July 2016! We highly recommend adding of one of these certain to be popular concerts to your July visit with us at Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn:

  • Wednesday, July 20 and Thursday, July 21: Dvo?ák Piano Trio No. 3 (with Kyoko Takezawa, violin and Keith Robinson, cello)
  • Thursday, July 21—Piano Recital: Program to be announced
  • Sunday, July 24 and Monday, July 25: Night sky- featuring the young pianist Orion Weiss.

Curious about our July 2016 Featured Artist of Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival?

Well, here’s a little bit about the young pianist phenomena:

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival 2016 Orion Weiss

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival 2016 Orion Weiss

Orion Weiss- One of the most sought-after soloists in his generation of young American musicians already has an impressive list of awards such as: the Gilmore Young Artist Award, an Avery Fisher Career Grant, and the Gina Bachauer Scholarship at the Juilliard School. Orion has performed with major American orchestras Chicago Symphony, Boston Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and New York Philharmonic. Impressive scheduled stops on his 2016 world tour include: the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Pacifica Quartet with Cho-Liang Lin and the New Oxford String Quartet.

To explore more into this fabulous opportunity, please visit the SantaFe Chamber Music Festival  and don’t hesitate to make your Santa Fe Travel plans NOW! Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn is located in a prime downtown Santa Fe location- offering the convenience of free parking and walking to the July Music Festival! 1-800-461-4599 or www.pueblobonitoinn.com

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