A Chocolate Photo Wins You a Chocolate Experience in NM

Check out this contest put on by the Inn on the Alameda in New Mexico!  I'm absolutely going to enter!  You should too but you'll have to act fast.  The deadline is Feb 29th!

Here is the link to their Facebook page where you can enter.  Read more below...


Celebrate the power of this Old World substance that is treasured around the New and Old World alike! We invite you to enter our Facebook contest to celebrate the magic of this sweet treat.


All you need to do is post a photograph of your favorite chocolate or cocoa concoction...be it homemade or store-bought...dainty or decadent...just make us salivate when we see it. We'll select a winner when the contest ends on February 29, so you have just two weeks to create that tasty picture!
The winner will enjoy a complimentary two-night Check-In to Chocolate Package for two as our guests!
So start tasting and snapping and posting, and may the best picture win!

Check-In to Chocolate
Our culinary packages continue to appeal to food-minded travelers, but up until now, we haven't focused on the sweeter end of things. We have rectified that omission with our new chocolate-lovers package, with the following features.

Guests will enjoy a two- (2) night stay for two (2) people in a Traditional Queen, Traditional King or Deluxe King, including our lavish continental breakfast annd afternoon wine hour daily.
Youll receive four (4) $10 gift certificates, one (1) each for four unique chocolate shops you can discover on the Santa Fe Chocolate Trail: Todos Santos, Kakawa Chocolate House, Chocolatesmith and C.G. Higgins.

Four (4) signature chocolate bolitas from Senor Murphy, Santa Fe's first dedicated chocolatier, will be in the guestroom on arrival.

One (1) $30 gift certificate to enjoy high tea or dine at the Chocolate Maven, purveyor of some of the tasty items in our breakfast buffet.
The package is not available online, so just call 888-984-2121, to make reservations for a sweet Santa Fe experience!

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