Downtown Historic Bed & Breakfasts of Albuquerque
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... tired from the day’s driving, fall into bed without dinner.
In the morning we had scraps of breakfast, with a very rude breakfast lady telling us that if it’s finished, it’s finished. In a huff, I get in the car – next stop Albuquerque, NM, or ABQ as people seem to call it.
We roll into town on a quiet Sunday afternoon, and there is very little life downtown. We go to a Walgreens to get ...
... the famous candy canes being made. Those guys in there looked so hot. It really does take a lot of effort and the outside temps and humidity have to be just right or the candy doesn't turn out. After a few more character pictures it was time to go buy my candy cane. I didn't think I would ever spend $13 on a candy cane but figured I wouldn't have this opportunity again. I remembered when we had seen the show I had hoped for the chance to get one and now the chance ...
Today we got up early to start our long drive back home to Albuquerque. On our way out of Las Vegas, we stopped at the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign, and posed for a bunch of fun pictures before continuing on home.
In Arizona, we stopped at an overlook of the beautiful rocky, ...
... we were ready to go back to the hotel and enjoy a mid-afternoon siesta. We rested in the cool room, wrote postcards, Tim napped and generally worked extremely hard at simply relaxing! Then, after the weather began to cool down, we ventured back out to REI (a very trendy and diverse outdoor store) and did a little shopping. Then it was back to our favourite grocery store, Trader Joe's for more supplies and back to the hotel for franks and beans and broccoli for ...
A friend of ours (he shall remain nameless) is a big fan of rattlesnakes and we have often discussed where he might go to see a rattlesnake in the wild. He told us about this museum, the American International Rattlesnake Museum, found just off the square in Old Town Albuquerque. The museum owner, a biologist who prefers wrangling rattlesnakes to middle and high school students, has gathered quite a significant collection ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking