|Visit the art museum at the National Hispanic Cultural Center after lunch, then depart for Albuquerque's Old Town.|
In 2006, Albuquerque celebrated its Tricentennial. Old Town represents Albuquerque's history: Spanish, Mexican, and the United States flags are displayed.
Buildings around the plaza and on the side streets are authentic adobes up to 300 years old, many built in the distinctive territorial style.
The church of San Felipe de Neri was used as a parish church for over 200 years.
The area is also a shopping center with shops selling goods ranging from fine art and jewelry to tourist trinkets, and Native Americans selling their wares on the sidewalk.
The bus will depart for the hotel at 5:15 PM. Those who wish may stay in the Old Town area for dinner and return to the hotel on their own.