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Directions to Casa Pacifica Inn

Latitude: 35.68214; Longitude: -105.95282

Casa Pacifica is very easy to find. From Albuquerque you will get off the interstate at the middle of Santa Fe’s 3 exits – St. Francis Dr. You will be headed North toward Espanola, Los Alamos, and Taos and will continue North for a little while – 7 stop-light intersections. You will come to an intersection that is bigger, and a bit more complex than what you have been seeing – the intersection of St. Francis Drive and Cerrillos Rd. (pronounced sir-ree-os). The New Mexico School for the Deaf will be on the far lefthand corner (Northwest corner). Continue on through that intersection, still going North on St. Francis Dr. (Highway 285/84), but be aware that the next stoplight is Paseo de Peralta where you will make a right-hand turn. Casa Pacifica is only a block and a half up (East) on Paseo on the Left (North) side of the street. There is a little street that goes off ONLY to your left called Lolita. After you have seen Lolita, Casa Pacifica is the second place on your left and has a distinctive rock wall in front.

From Taos and points North, the only tricky thing is that Paseo de Peralta is a horseshoe and meets St. Francis Dr. in two places – both are stop-light intersections. You will come to the WRONG one first. It has a bank to your left. Go on thru that light and Alameda and Agua Fria. The next stop-light intersection after Agua Fria is the other end of Paseo de Peralta. After you turn left, Casa Pacifica is only a block and a half up (East) on Paseo de Peralta on the left side of the street. There is a little street that goes off ONLY to your left called Lolita. After you have seen Lolita, Casa Pacifica is the second place on your left and has a distinctive rock wall in front. We do provide off-street parking at no extra charge.