Come experience Acoustic Eidolon at Inn on the Paseo on January 15th!
Where: Inn on the Paseo, 630 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM
When: 7pm-9pm (Doors open at 6pm)
Tickets: $15 per person for the outside public (free for Inn on the Paseo guests)
Tickets may be purchased at Inn on the Paseo
Refreshments: Coffee, tea & an assortment of desserts
Special Concert Series Package: Stay at Inn on the Paseo for two nights (January 14th & 15th or January 15th and 16th) for $180 (includes free tickets to the concert).
About Acoustic Eidolon:
“Acoustic Eidolon is what happens when you cross a guitar with 2 necks and a cello with attitude!! Acoustic Eidolon, featuring Joe Scott on double neck guitjo and Hannah Alkire on cello are from Colorado and have graced stages throughout the US, Europe, Australia and Canada. With nine CDs and a DVD to their credit, these masterful artists continue to captivate audiences throughout the world with their signature “new acoustic” sound and boundless possibilities in blending Celtic, Folk, World & Latin music influences, something that Dirty Linen Magazine praises as “a sumptuous musical feast.” They are described by the Swallow Hill Music Association as “an evening of brilliant instrumentality,” and Georgia’s Good Life Magazine enthuses, “Acoustic Eidolon offers concert-goers a chance to absorb some of the most powerful and intriguing music on the scene today.”” Visit the official Acoustic Eidolon website for more information on this spectacular duo!
For your next vacation, why not consider a romantic room for two in a lovely historic home? Bed and breakfast inns make a wonderful choice for lodging. They’re typically found in historic homes, mansions, and cute bungalows. B&Bs can also occupy lighthouses, colonial taverns, and old schoolhouses. These places are immersed in history and romance. Staying at a Santa Fe bed and breakfast makes for a wonderful choice for lodging. Discover 5 reasons why B&Bs are often underrated. Continue reading
Choosing a bed and breakfast in Santa Fe over traditional hotel accommodations has many advantages. You are able to personalize your stay in a way commercial hotels don’t allow. You are able to stay in a more intimate location while remaining close to the many amenities Santa Fe has to offer. If you prefer more personalized lodging with uniquely-styled rooms and special attention, a B&B in Santa Fe may be perfect for you.
Santa Fe, New Mexico is not only the state’s capital but it also the most popular destination spot in the Land of Enchantment. Located in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the city’s Pueblo-style architecture, numerous boutiques, Southwest and Native American art galleries and dozens of award-winning restaurants coupled with spectacular vistas combine to make Santa Fe a very popular destination city. Continue reading
Taking time away from work or the stresses of everyday life is necessary but often hard to come by, so getting the most out of your time away is important. When deciding where to go or what to do, think about booking a stay at the inn. Bed and breakfast located in the beautiful of New Mexico, Inn on the Paseo is located in the midst of activities of all kinds so you don’t have to settle for a vacation that will make everyone happy. Here are just 3 reasons why a B&B in Santa Fe may be exactly what you’re looking for. Continue reading
Sometimes it’s hard to take that vacation if you aren’t sure that your pets are going to be able to handle the separation. The good news is that there is pet-friendly lodging no matter where you go and if you’re planning a trip to Santa Fe then look no further than Inn on the Paseo.
Our Inn is warm and welcoming and not only are we family-friendly, but we welcome well-behaved pets – after all, they are part of your family too! Both cats and dogs have taken a much-needed vacation here. We have a flat rate of $25 per night per pet and do not alter this according to size or weight. All you have to do is make sure that we know which pet you are bringing and then we will match you to one of our pet-friendly rooms so that the accommodation is suitable.
For active dogs a visit to this part of the world is going to be a memorable one. There are some great walks in and around Santa Fe – just remember to take some water with you when the temperatures are a little higher and to clean up after your pet.
Santa Fe is home to a few pet-friendly attractions so why not consider adding one or two of these to your itinerary?
Hyde Memorial State Park is open around the clock and dogs are welcome if they are kept on a leash. It costs nothing to take your dog into the park so it is a great place to visit if you are on a tight budget. Alternatively you can head over to the State Capitol Grounds. Again, dogs have to be kept on a leash but this is a great place to explore.
For dogs that love to be off-leash there is the Santa Fe Animal Shelter Dog Park. This is a fenced area of the park where there are also separate areas for smaller dogs. Perfect for meeting other dog walkers. There is also an off-leash dog area at the Frank Ortiz Park. This is a great place for those who enjoy walking as there are plenty of walking trails here for you to enjoy.
With so many alternatives to taking your pet with you, you might be wondering why you wouldn’t just find a kennel or your pet. For some people the separation from their pets means that they spend their entire vacation just worrying about them and the pets can also suffer from separation anxiety. You can cancel all of this out just by bringing your pet with you.
If Santa Fe is on your list for consideration for your next vacation just call us to find out availability on our pet-friendly lodging for you and your dog/cat. Booking in advance is important as we have limited rooms available specifically for pets. Contact us for more information and check out our specials today!
Ski and SAVE package!
Stay at Inn on the Paseo in January and February for a ski trip and save an additional 10% off our already low winter rates! You’ll also receive a late check-out of 4pm so that you can enjoy additional skiing! Must show a current lift ticket. Call to Book (505) 984-8200.
Ski Santa Fe Shuttle Service:
There are many people who aren’t aware that there is great skiing in New Mexico! In fact, close to home is Ski Santa Fe, Santa Fe’s very own ski resort and every year it attracts skiing enthusiasts from all over the country (and other parts of the world!). Located just 15 miles from the city, getting there is easier than ever thanks to a new shuttle bus service launched to take skiers to and from the resort.
Ski Santa Fe has no less than 79 trails, 20% of which are ideal for beginners, with 40% aimed at the most experienced skiers. This year the resort is hoping to be open on November 28th and it is hoped that the ski season will be able to run until March 4th next year.
All in all there are more than 660 acres of terrain in and around the resort for you to ski and explore and this is one of the most beautiful parts of the world. The resort itself dates back more than 30 years with construction beginning in 1985. In 1987 the resort was host to its first Winter Festival. Almost every year since then the resort has been developed and added to, making it one of the most impressive resorts in the US.
You might be wondering about that all-important après-ski and if so, look no further than the city of Santa Fe. There are more than 200 restaurants in our city, serving cuisines from all over the world or you can relax in the Santa Fe plaza which dates back more than 400 years.
And now with the addition of the RTD bus service you can reach the resort so much more easily when staying in Santa Fe. The bus picks up at South Capital Rail Runner Station between Cordova Rd. and Alta Vista St. and then makes an additional stop at Fort Marcy Park, just a couple streets over from Inn on the Paseo. The route takes the bus through the downtown area and along NM 475 until you reach the Ski Basin. To find out more about this service check out the official brochure here.
We look forward to welcoming you at Inn on the Paseo this winter! Our location can’t be beat and you’ll experience all the comforts of home while you’re here!
1 cup buttermilk pancake mix
1/3 cup cold water
1/3 cup milk
1/3 cup canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling)
½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
Freshly grated nutmeg to taste
1 tsp sugar
1/3 cup finely chopped pecans
Whisk pancake mix, water, milk, pumpkin and spices until blended. Do not overmix; batter should be lumpy.
Spray a heavy griddle with nonstick spray; heat griddle over medium heat. Spoon 2 tablespoons of the batter onto griddle to form each pancake. Cook about 2 minutes or until bubbles appear. Turn pancakes over and cook 2 minutes longer.
Really, really good slathered in butter and drizzled with warm maple syrup!
Makes enough for 4.
(From Harvey’s Best Cookbook)
2 sticks butter (no substitute)
1 cup sugar
2 egg yolks
1 teaspoon vanilla extract (We used a bit of almond extract too.)
2 ½ cups all-purpose flour
½ cup chopped pecans (optional – We used them – good. I think coconut would work well, too.)
Cream butter and sugar.
Add egg yolks.
Stir in vanilla and flour.
Roll in balls and place on cookie sheet.
Flatten with a fork to about 1 ½ inches in diameter.
Bake in a 350 degree oven until edges are brown, about 10 minutes.
The recipe said the yield was 5 ½ dozen cookies. We only got 4 dozen. This was so easy and the ingredients are the things we always have on hand. It’s a great little buttery cookie that could be a base for adding coconut or chocolate chips and on and on . . . .