Travel Blogs from Albuquerque, United States

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Fear of the Known: Reintegration Shock, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Fear of the Known: Reintegration Shock

A travel blog entry by leevilporkchop

I can tell I'm home immediately by the way the airline workers snap out orders. Politeness is for pussies, this is America! The clothes are a bit more casual, the buildings trashier, the people more openly irritable (my first thought is "Wow, never ...

I'm Home, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

I'm Home

A travel blog entry by nmsunshine

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We made it back home. I really enjoyed the visit with my new niece and getting to see my Brother and Sister-In-Law but very glad to be home. Kaitlyn now says "Baby" very well thanks to her new cousin. I miss my family in Missouri. I hope that Hannah ...

New Mexico!!!, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

New Mexico!!!

A travel blog entry by jimandjamie

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... That was equally wonderful. Point is, they didn't serve your typical lunch shop sandwiches and we really enjoyed it. From there we drove to Albuquerque, set up camp at Kirkland AFB, then met up with Jamie's stepdad and mom, Jim and Kathy. Had a very nice ...

The City Of Sin, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

The City Of Sin

A travel blog entry by michael.bell

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  We awoke to another fine morning in San Diego overcome with excitement. The time had come to make for the famous City of Sin, Las Vegas. A land littered with billboards advertising brothels, a land of numerous casinos, a land of impromptu marriage ...

New Mexico, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

New Mexico

A travel blog entry by graybeard

I'm packed up and on my way early this morning but eat up a lot of time getting off the freeway to take the business loop through small Oklahoma towns hoping for one of the small cafes I prefer for breakfast.   Either their cafes aren't on the main ...

Drive to Albuquerque, NM, Albuquerque,  United States travel blog

Drive to Albuquerque, NM

A travel blog entry by matthew.stinson

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... . We drove to the Painted Desert and saw a couple of Indian paintings on some rocks. We didn't stay long in the Painted Desert either because you could see a lot of sights from the car. When we got to Albuquerque, we checked into a hotel and went to ...

A visit to New Mexico., Albuquerque, United States travel blog

A visit to New Mexico.

A travel blog entry by lsapcoe

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With time to spare and heal, I went to visit my good dear friends and godchildren in New Mexico. It was Maja's birthday. She just turned 13 and a celebration was had by ...

The Authentic

The Authentic "Real" Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by cowboyjim74

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... the rest of the day driving first through pretty flat scenery and, later, through the rolling hills of northern central New Mexico around Albuquerque.  Along the way we made a brief side trip to Billy the Kid's (Henry McCarty or William H. Bonney's) ...

Justin: Day Two, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Justin: Day Two

A travel blog entry by jzsquared

... it was just a matter of going 75-80 mph and passing a lot of big trucks.  The worst part was close to Albuquerque, when going down a mountainous region; there were a lot of idiots who were trying to go 90mph.  Was annoyingly dangerous going ...

Day 15, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Day 15

A travel blog entry by discoveramerica

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... and take the podium, as you can see in the pictures. We had lots of good debate about it on the 3 hour ride into Albuquerque afterwards. Oh, and we discovered we had a hitchhiker (a little green one- see the picture) I don't think he's an escaping inmate ...

Albuquerque Here We Come!, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Albuquerque Here We Come!

A travel blog entry by kare1322

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... in the streets.  We stopped and ate at the "La Hacienda" for lunch.  After lunch we headed off to brave the Rattlesnake Museum.  This a nice way to end our journey through Albuquerque.  It won't be long till Sante Fe! Chris and ...

Post day 2, April 25, Southwest Chief, Albuquerque, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Post day 2, April 25, Southwest Chief, Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by rafinmd

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... mesa off in the distance. While flat, it is quite high and we cross the continental divide between Gallup and Albuquerque at about 7000 feet. Breakfast choices were omelet of the day, french toast, traditional eggs, continental, and daily special (egg ...

Highlights of the Best of the west Tour days 10-18, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Highlights of the Best of the west Tour days 10-18

A travel blog entry by cazza_macca

... through the river!  The Narrows is referred to as the Grandfather of all slot canyons.  The brochure states that, "The Narrows are where the parallel walls squeeze down to their most slender dimension, evoking dramatic light, serpentine ...

Albuquerque, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by lisa_82

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... mountains which made the jeep heaps of fun.  We then stopped at an even smaller town - Cuba in New Mexico before getting to Albuquerque for dinner.  After tea we went to a local pub named Neds where we met some lesbians who thought we were in a ...

Natural History Museum, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Natural History Museum

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

... Florida a couple of days longer. After I got my haircut(on barter) I picked Kelly and the boys up. There were 2 restaurants in Albuquerque on barter. The first one we went to didn't look very promising. We decided to go to the other one and we wished ...

Suspended over jagged peaks, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Suspended over jagged peaks

A travel blog entry by thetraveller88

... the world at 2.7 miles, taking one up about 4000 feet. I am not one for touristy destinations but the view of Albuquerque was worth the price of looking like a camera-touting tourist. A simple yet delicious meal at the highly regarded Artichoke ...

Ghosts for breakfast, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Ghosts for breakfast

A travel blog entry by thetraveller88

I woke up to the sound of rattling in the kitchen through the thin walls at 6 a.m. The resident Mississippian decided to make beignets for everyone. Never having tasted the real thing, I was happy to oblige as the first taster. I quickly finished off ...

Buena Vista, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Buena Vista

A travel blog entry by nessandjess

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Saw the famous Cadillac Ranch on the outskirts of Amarillo – 10 graffitied cars stood on end in the ground at the same angle. Pretty cool sight, made even more so by the bright blue sky and dusty/sandy land. Stopped at the midpoint between ...

Homeward Bound ... One Last Site to See, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Homeward Bound ... One Last Site to See

A travel blog entry by betsyandkris

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... this is a privately owned attraction, they can charge whatever price they want.  We did enjoy the view of the crater and the museum associated with it was very good.   Continued on to Albuquerque for the night.  Nothing more to report. ...

The 1,800 Mile Drive, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

The 1,800 Mile Drive

A travel blog entry by betsyandkris

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... or 200 miles.   It's been quite hot during the trip - close to 100 degrees.  But as we drove into Albuquerque, had a good rain and the temperature dropped about 30 degrees.  Quite refreshing after the heat.  The highway patrol has been ...

Madrid, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Madrid

A travel blog entry by cariverga

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Испанцы основывали нью-мексиканские ...

Highlights of the Best of the West Tour, Days 1-9, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Highlights of the Best of the West Tour, Days 1-9

A travel blog entry by cazza_macca

... about the Yosemite area and of conservation and environmental issues in general and is a very important figure in the history of the United States. The John Muir Trail was steep in parts but not too strenuous over all.  It is very picturesque but ...

Adventure in Albuquerque, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Adventure in Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by engagedgoingcc

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... years and it changed a bit. The bridge was really cool but not worth $23. After that we just made our way toward Albuquerque complaining about the Royal Rip-off. Once we got into New Mexico, we hardly had any service and there were deer crossing signs ...

Passage à Albuquerque..., Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Passage à Albuquerque...

A travel blog entry by roadtripusa2010

... pour ...

Spoilt Rotten!, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Spoilt Rotten!

A travel blog entry by cazza_macca

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... .  It is also very similar to Sante Fe with many lovely little shops, cafe's and restaurants.  I had a fantastic time in Albuquerque, topped off by getting a lift to the airport in a Lotus.  It is not the family car but was on loan for a ...

Easter among Ancient Etchings!, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Easter among Ancient Etchings!

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego

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  It was a beautiful day to wander and climb on the short trails of Boca Negra Canyon, part of Petroglyph National Monument, and to feel the thrill of seeing etchings in rocks that are between 700 and 3,000 years old!    The rock is part ...

New Mexico, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

New Mexico

A travel blog entry by mcgregors5

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Désert / Desert, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Désert / Desert

A travel blog entry by siegfried_h.

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Découverte du désert du Nouveau Mexique. I discover New Mexico's ...

Tunnels and tight turns, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Tunnels and tight turns

A travel blog entry by keni314

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... . He often tells her to "shut up"...especially when she rebukes him with "Recalculating!"  But, on the way to Albuquerque, I actually caught him explaining himself to her. She simply expressed her concern that he was exceeding the speed limit, ...

The Journey Begins, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

The Journey Begins

A travel blog entry by lesleymartinson

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... was the "good" nervous. It wasn't so bad saying bye to my mom and the life I lived in the 505. The flight from Albuquerque to Dallas went quite well; I sat next to a powerful business woman who could have ruled the world with her blackberry. She ended ...

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