Travel Blogs from Albuquerque, United States

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Packing, Moving! Oh what fun!, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Packing, Moving! Oh what fun!

A travel blog entry by new_alaskans

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... it has been a whirlwind! I can't believe we are leaving Albuquerque in just a few days, it feels like just yesterday we arrived. Albuquerque has been an awesome city to us, and the people we've known here are going to be so very missed! Hopefully though, ...

Day 273- 274-13th-14th July 2013 NEW MEXICO-USA, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Day 273- 274-13th-14th July 2013 NEW MEXICO-USA

A travel blog entry by beyersandlisa

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... and danced. The fairy lights were lit and the music was playing, Beyers and I stopped to watch for a while which was very romantic! We spent the night just outside of Albuquerque in a place called Santa Rosa. The next morning we were on the road to ...

Happy Thanksgiving! Only two weeks (and a day)!, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Happy Thanksgiving! Only two weeks (and a day)!

A travel blog entry by jaybrotz

... Sydney area A few days in Melbourne (on our own here) A few days in Adelaide and the Barossa Valley Fly to LA and Albuquerque So there you have it. We'll be with family most places (with the notable exception being Melbourne, where we'll be staying ...

Piolin and Caravan for Freedom, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Piolin and Caravan for Freedom

A travel blog entry by lavidanueva

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... with complaints of brisk treatment by security of the many fans who joined the caravan.    Meanwhile, the rally in Albuquerque was turning into a big hit.  People were coming from all over in support of the caravan and the cause.  ...

Rock, Soul, Poverty and Religion - That's Memphis, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Rock, Soul, Poverty and Religion - That's Memphis

A travel blog entry by wolfieboy69

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... , a 24-hour journey awaited me.  It would be a tune that would no doubt be repeated when I travelled to Nashville and Albuquerque. Travelling may broaden your mind but on a bumpy road it can sure be uncomfortable, especially as you sit in a ...

Day 7:  Amarillo, TX, to Albuquerque, NM., Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Day 7: Amarillo, TX, to Albuquerque, NM.

A travel blog entry by edct

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... turkey (another house favorite).  The restaurant proved to be a great pick.  While eating, we also noticed that numerous Albuquerque Police Officers were coming in for dinner.  This has to tell you something....that the food was good... and ...

Do I, or Don't I???????, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Do I, or Don't I???????

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

... up and the rain started falling. I had hoped to stop in at the Petroglyph National Monument and spend the evening in Old Town Albuquerque. With the crappy weather last night, I got up having to decide if I stayed another day or hit the road for points ...

Train derailment, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Train derailment

A travel blog entry by kellybooth16

to be completed..............   Bad nights sleep, train derailment ahead Stopped in Albuquerque, had quick look around then on a bus to La Junta where got back on ...

Blue rocks, Baby Einstein & Jerry Carson, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Blue rocks, Baby Einstein & Jerry Carson

A travel blog entry by jenni-louise

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... to contact family before giving up. After a simple breakfast we took off to the Petroglyph National Monument just west of Albuquerque where we spent a very short time walking amongst the lava rocks, picking out petroglyphs before returning to the car; ...

Here we go, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Here we go

A travel blog entry by jaybrotz

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So we're off. We have a short flight to LAX, then a long wait until our (close to) midnight flight to Australia. In the meantime in LA we'll be having lunch with friends. I got over my cold in about three days, thankfully, and I feel great now. Better ...

Day 78 - The Return To Albuquerque, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Day 78 - The Return To Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by thebusmonkeys

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... emails while Neil studied his VW manuals to learn how to remove wiper motors. That's one of the things that we're going back to Albuquerque for. The one that's fitted to our bus is from an earlier model and doesn't make the wipers "return" which is a real ...

Albuquerque, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by akbar

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... nbsp; Peter, his lady (Molly) and, Oliver and I did a nice short local that was almost right out their back door. Albuquerque offers a boatload of hiking/biking for the outdoor enthusiast. Peter & I did a more serious hike up Sandia Peak. We ...

shoulda taken that left turn at albuquerque..., Albuquerque, United States travel blog

shoulda taken that left turn at albuquerque...

A travel blog entry by hatterasnc

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shoulda taken that left turn at albuquerque... literally!! got through oklahoma and started the trek through Texas, what can I say, everything is BIGGER in texas, even the WALMART. We stopped for groceries and supplies and the store was enormous and ...

Boring drive, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Boring drive

A travel blog entry by katrinaandtim

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... before packing our bags to head to the UFO museum. We figured we might as well before we continue driving to Albuquerque. We paid the $5 entry each and entered into the museum. Tim was disappointed he was expecting more commercial silly stuff instead it ...

The Arctic Desert, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

The Arctic Desert

A travel blog entry by crossamerica

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Now, dear readers, what would you say was the defining characteristic of a North American desert in late May?  After sand you might answer "it will be hot and dry".  Well you would be wrong!  We woke to rain and a bitter wind.  ...

Day 24 - Albuquerque - New Mexico, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Day 24 - Albuquerque - New Mexico

A travel blog entry by traceystravels

... stops except for coffee breaks. Then I saw the inside of airports and airplanes. I had to fly to Denver and then on to Albuquerque. The Denver flight was about 3 hours long, the Albuquerque flight was only an hour, but there was a lay over of 2 hours ...

Week 4: Texas & New Mexico, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Week 4: Texas & New Mexico

A travel blog entry by justinsuzan

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... door de rest van het centrum van Santa Fe, gevuld met leuke binnenplaatsjes, stapten we weer in de trein naar Albuquerque. De terugrit tijdens zonsondergang was adembenemend mooi (zie foto). 's Avonds bereidden we ons voor op de rit naar Flagstaff. ...

One long day, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

One long day

A travel blog entry by jaybrotz

... immigration went fine, and we were soon walked across to the other side of the airport to catch our Southwest flight back to Albuquerque. The security process and everything was back to normal for me (which meant it took much longer than in Australia) but ...

Headiing to the Grand Canyon!, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Headiing to the Grand Canyon!

A travel blog entry by zonas

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10 am start! Beautiful weather, sunny skies, unlike home, tropical storm soaking Amelia island today!! What a beautiful state Arizona is! The landscape is so diverse. Visited the continental divide. . We traveled to elevations over 7000 ft., slow ...

Into New Mexico..., Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Into New Mexico...

A travel blog entry by irishrover7

The next morning, after much needed rest, we left before checkout and around 1 pm, we arrived in Albuquerque, NM along the I-40 West and continued to chase the falling sun into the ...

Dawn Patrol & Glowdeo, Albuquerque  , United States travel blog

Dawn Patrol & Glowdeo

A travel blog entry by safarigirl

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Up again at 4 am and off to the Balloon Park.  Temperature this am 31 degrees and once again, Krispy Kremes at the Balloon Park. We watched the Dawn Patrol launch five balloons to determine whether anyone else could launch this am. Lucky for us, it ...

International Balloon Fiesta & Sandia Peak, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

International Balloon Fiesta & Sandia Peak

A travel blog entry by safarigirl

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4:00 a.m., breakfast boxes and a bus ride to Balloon Fiesta Park for us. Temperature was 37 degrees when we left so hats, gloves and insulated long underwear were in order. After a Krispy Kreme donut in the hospitality tent, it was off to watch the ...

Albuqurque, New Mexicao, Land of the Enchanted, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Albuqurque, New Mexicao, Land of the Enchanted

A travel blog entry by billy_d

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... if he was experiencing cross winds.  He said, “Yeah, I hate it.  It comes from nowhere.” I arrived in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with my butt hurting, deaf from the wind, but happy for a shower and visit from a motorcycle club ...

Getting to Know the Pueblo Indians, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Getting to Know the Pueblo Indians

A travel blog entry by safarigirl

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We attended three lectures over the course of the day that dealt with the origin and demise of the Pueblo Indians. The Pueblo people settled along the Rio Grande River, primarily in New Mexico. These Native Americans were exploited for their land and the ...

The bureaucracy involved in removing your ..., Albequerque, United States travel blog

The bureaucracy involved in removing your ...

A travel blog entry by bradleyt

... where in a fit of stupidity I bought some Pork Rinds to snack on. This piece of Americana I could have done without. Fried pork skin is just not my game. I ended up spending the night in Albuquerque. Drive time stats... Daily KM: 957 Hours: 10 ...

A Visit to the Acoma Pueblo, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

A Visit to the Acoma Pueblo

A travel blog entry by safarigirl

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Boarded our bus for an hour and a half ride to Acoma. On the way we found that the city of Albq is surrounded on two sides by Indian reservations and one side is a National Forest, so the city can only expand on one side. Water is a scarce commodity and ...

more driving, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

more driving

A travel blog entry by 1mum3kids

I awoke this morning with a but of dread in my stomach, I really felt like I hadnt spent enough time in williams. After a bit of a traumatic experience with the waffle iron in the hotel breakfast room, I drove slowly through the small picturesque town ...

Albuquerque, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by jd_amazing_race

I'm spending the night in Albuquerque. I'm getting used to spelling ...

Leaving Las Vegas, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Leaving Las Vegas

A travel blog entry by chris.curtis

Set off by Greyhound bus bound for San Angelo, Texas. A journey which will take about 18 hours. ...

Double Take: Sandia Peak and Petrified Forest, Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Double Take: Sandia Peak and Petrified Forest

A travel blog entry by gapelechsgowest

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Today, we managed to cover two states in one day - moving from Sandia Peak in Albuquerque, New Mexico to the Petrified Forest just outside of Sedona, Arizona. This morning was an early start, after waking up to a 6:45 alarm and hurrying over to the ...

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