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Meals on Wheels, Dogwood Travelers plan New Mexico trip

PALESTINE, March 24, 2013--Meals on Wheels and Dogwood Travelers are planning a trip to Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Taos, New Mexico, July 20 through July 27.  

Highlights of the tour will include visiting the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and museum in Amarillo, and a guided tour of Acoma Pueblo, a Native American pueblo built on top of a 367- foot sandstone mesa.  This hilltop village is also known as “Sky City” and was settled and built around 1100 A.D.; it is one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities within the U.S. borders. The tour will also include San Esteban del Ray Mission.  After touring the pueblo there will be a visit to the New Mexico Veterans Memorial.  A guided tour will explore Santa Fe and Santa Fe Plaza, with an opportunity to shop directly from the Indian artisans around the Governor’s Palace.  The trip will also include a guided tour of Taos, with the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge; Taos Pueblo, Taos Plaza, and the Millicent Rogers Museum. A guided tour of Albuquerque will include stops at the Sculpture Gardens, Old Town Albuquerque, a ride to the top of Sandia Peak on the tramway, and a visit to one of the pueblo casinos.

The cost of the tour for each person: with one in the room - $1390; with two in the room - $1145; with three in a room - $1105 per person.  Included in the cost will be deluxe motor coach transportation; first class lodging for seven nights; four dinners and seven breakfasts; as well as entry fees to all attractions.  

For those who like Southwest arts and culture, this is the trip for you. 

A $100 deposit is due no later than May 5, to hold your place.  Final payment is due by June 1.  Register before April 21, and be eligible for a $50 discount of the full price.  For more information or to request a flyer, please call 903-729-6344, or email loisdur@yahoo.com.

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