Travel Blogs from Albuquerque, United States

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Almost on Empty, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Almost on Empty

A travel blog entry by patry

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... give it a try!  This museum got a "thumbs up" from everyone and the kids made a great choice!   Albuquerque has a double decker train called the Railrunner that runs from downtown into the suburbs where we were staying.  We ...

Good Mexican food and great visit in Old Town., Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Good Mexican food and great visit in Old Town.

A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014

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After meeting up with my cousin Linda and heading to Old Town Albuquerque, we had a very enjoyable meal of authentic Mexican food with way more food than we could possibly consume.  And, then a walk around old town and a short road trip to the Sandia ...

Albuquerque for the night., Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Albuquerque for the night.

A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014

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... are so much more attractive than flatlands with absolutely nothing to see for as far as you can see.  We will venture into Old Town Albuquerque later with cousin Linda, who we haven't seen for a few years.  A tour of Old Town and a few pics and ...

Albuquerque – Spelling It Is the Easy Part, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Albuquerque – Spelling It Is the Easy Part

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... to do another 12 miles. Nothing for it though and so we set off. 8 miles downhill into town were a lovely bonus, but Albuquerque’s aggressive rush hour drivers were not. We headed into Macdonalds for iced smoothie number 2 and found out that it was ...

Shade, Swim, Snooze (and really big Pizzas), Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Shade, Swim, Snooze (and really big Pizzas)

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... was the time to stop.  The bikes needed some serious attention and it felt like our bodies were also in need of patching up. Albuquerque KOA Kampground may not be in one of the nicest areas of our trip (again it is plonked next to the freeway and in ...

Santa Fe Must Wait, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Santa Fe Must Wait

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... take the bus into town, and we were glad we did.  The bus was full of mad people and was a really good look into Albuquerque off the tourist trail.  One guy in particular did a lot of talking to himself and was trying his hardest to get another ...

Albuquerque, NM to Winslow, AZ, Albuquerque, NM to Winslow, AZ, United States travel blog

Albuquerque, NM to Winslow, AZ

A travel blog entry by dearmasa

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Yesterday, after we finished at REI, we were going to stop at the Fourbucks around the corner (stay with me, there's a point to this...) but decided to go to Wild Oats and get some non-freeze dried foods since we now know the fridge is working very well ...

Amarillo, TX to Albuquerque, NM, Amarillo, TX to Albuquerque, NM, United States travel blog

Amarillo, TX to Albuquerque, NM

A travel blog entry by dearmasa

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Up early and on our way to Albuquerque, which wasn't a bad drive at all... in fact we got in early, checked into the Enchanted Trails campground (less pomp & circumstance than the other three at the exit we stopped at) and had time to drive down Route 66 ...

Your ego is not your amigo, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Your ego is not your amigo

A travel blog entry by noah_and_bree

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... ; and the best one, “Your ego is not your amigo’.  We love it here and think they are quirky in Albuquerque.  Clearly, they are also wise. We had a microwave extravaganza for dinner in the reception of the Super 8.  We have done ...

Not leaving Albuquerque yet!, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Not leaving Albuquerque yet!

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

... we don't want to leave. Chris is still in FL and I have until Again, we homeschooled in the morning and left for the Albuquerque Zoo after lunch time. Stevie, the oldest son of our Alaskan friends, was our tour guide around the zoo today. The kids had ...

The Art Scene, Taos, Santa Fe and Albuquerque, United States travel blog

The Art Scene

A travel blog entry by pmsymes

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... for the offer. Phil did see a 9 foot metal sculpture of a moose that he likes so we may need you yet. We are now in Albuquerque and will spend tomorrow cruising down the Interstate (seems to be about the only way across the state) to Flagstaff. ...

Arriving back home, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Arriving back home

A travel blog entry by jjbutare

We arrived back in ABQ after a day of ...

We're missing Chris and off to Explore! some more!, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

We're missing Chris and off to Explore! some more!

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

This is the first time the boys and I have been on our own. Chris is in St. Pete, FL getting ready for Home Shopping on Sunday. Today, we set out early for Explore!, the kid's science museum again in the Old Town area. Keegan and Collin started their ...

Albuquerque, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by mcginlays

Had fun in Albuquerque visiting family, friends and playing ...

Pueblo Indian Ruins in New Mexico, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Pueblo Indian Ruins in New Mexico

A travel blog entry by jacobsims

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Today we went to some  Puebleo Indian Missions.   One was lived in for over 800 years.   It was built 1300A.D.  One was only lived in for 50 years and is still standing even though the women made it. The ...

Albuquerque, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by beccasues

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... degrees, with a nice breeze blowing, and fresh fresh air. At the top, you could see views all 360 degrees. One side looks out to Albuquerque, and the other, Santa Fe. On the Santa Fe side they have a ski slope. They have the ski lift going round trip, and ...

Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta

A travel blog entry by 1414kath

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I Can Finally Spell Albuquerque!, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

I Can Finally Spell Albuquerque!

A travel blog entry by dellek

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... that was recommended to us in a guide was at The Candy Lady, where they make dozens of different types of chocolate deliciousness. If you're ever in Albuquerque, it is definitely worth a stop. Their chocolate covered rice crispy treats are really awesome! ...

Petroglyphs,Museum of NH, El Malpais, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Petroglyphs,Museum of NH, El Malpais

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... three hikes in the park and saw some wonderful examples of petroglyphs. Day 329 - The Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuquerque.  The kids love dinosaurs, especially Trent the 7year old.  He was definitely in his element here. ...

Memorial Day Weekend, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Memorial Day Weekend

A travel blog entry by rvcraigers

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... Church Street Cafe and loved the old adobe building and decor.  In the middle of the town was the oldest Church in Albuquerque ~ the beautiful San Felipe de Neri. Another day, we went to the Petroglyph National Monument and hiked the trails. We drove ...

Happy Birthday Dom, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Happy Birthday Dom

A travel blog entry by 9lives

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... point as many of the Route 66 interests have been destroyed or probably should be they are so decrepid. As you approach Albuquerque you leave the Colorado Plateau which you have been on since mid-Arizona and descend into the Rio Grande Valley. We ...

A brief stop for a rest and to see a friend., Albuquerque, United States travel blog

A brief stop for a rest and to see a friend.

A travel blog entry by sirsmonkey42

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I stopped off for a while to get a break from driving and to visit my old friend and neighbor in Albuquerque.  As the mountains started to come into view I knew that my trip was really beginning.  The views from driving are pretty stunning, and ...

Leaving Albuquerque, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Leaving Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by jjbutare

Got up early at 3am and out the door by 4:30.  Not ...

HAPPY EASTER  FROM ALBUQUERQUE!, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

HAPPY EASTER FROM ALBUQUERQUE!

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

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... selected some of the best to show you(see pics). Of course, Keegan and Collin headed for the playground to see their best Albuquerque friends when we got back to the RV. We had a lovely spaghetti dinner with our camping friends from Alaska and the ...

Watermelons for mountains, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Watermelons for mountains

A travel blog entry by thetraveller88

... of them descendents of the Ancient Puebloans of southwestern Colorado, communities dating back close to 2000 years ago. As I drove out of Albuquerque, I looked back to be blown away with one of the most memorable moments on my trip: the setting sun's ...

A Subconcious Predisposition for Unpaved Motorways, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

A Subconcious Predisposition for Unpaved Motorways

A travel blog entry by sirsmonkey42

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... consisted of rather wide roads at least somewhat passable as 2 lane roads.  However, on this fateful trip back through Albuquerque I found myself facing down a road more suited for a dirt bike, or... hiking boots.  In reality it wasn't all ...

Getting kicks..., Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Getting kicks...

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... to LA and is the stuff of legends. We touched it before in Williams on the way to the Grand Canyon and now here in Albuquerque it runs right through the city, along Central Avenue.  The first time we drove down it here, to be honest it looked ...

All Settled in Albuquerque for a couple of nights!, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

All Settled in Albuquerque for a couple of nights!

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego

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   About a four and a half hour drive today, plus the loss of one hour due to time zone change, and we pulled into Enchanted Trails Rv Park and Trading Post.  This was actually a trading post along route 66 built back in the forties, and ...

10,000 feet in the air - above Albuquerque, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

10,000 feet in the air - above Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by jacobsims

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... pair of shoes.  We went back to the motor home at about 8:30pm - which makes it 10:30 in Ohio!  We really like Albuquerque.  We were going to stay here one day.  We have been here 3 days already.  We are behind schedule.  I ...

ALBURQUERQUE TO THE PAINTED DESERT, Alburquerque New Mexico, United States travel blog

ALBURQUERQUE TO THE PAINTED DESERT

A travel blog entry by usacoasttocoast

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Still continuing west on the renamed route 66 we stopped at Alburquerque for the night. The drive from Amarillo had taken it out of Terry and Dave a bit because of the strong winds, we even had a bit of a dust storm. Imagine our delight when we arrived ...

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