Bottger Mansion of Old Town
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBottger Mansion of Old Town Albuquerque
We couldn't be any happier with the B&B. Kathy spent probably a half hour with the map showing us where to go, where to eat, and especially where NOT to go. The Route 66 suite has great motif and is very comfortable, with a small sitting room.
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... up there. But if I am honest, I am a little concerned that the chipping of the ice will put a hole in the top of the slides. In the end, there are no holes and he remains upright—cold, but no worse for the wear.
He comes in freezing, but we still feel like the right decision is to continue breaking camp and move forward to warmer climates.
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... would have been even better to have been able to spend even more time there but aside from eat there there wasn't much else to do at that time of the evening.
En route back to the hotel we stopped again at The Old Town Plaza to see it at night. It was really beautiful. I had a minor accident on the way out of the car park. I put the car into drive instead of reverse (I thought I could just drive out of the space) ...
... is crazy seeing as it costs just $8.00 each. It was spicy but fantastic.
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Driving up to the mountains ...