The Casitas at Old Town

1604 Old Town Road, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States | Hotel
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Last Day in New Mexico, probably the Best!

A travel blog entry by edellis903

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... We decided to sit upstairs in the "Cantina" and eat lightly. The food was excellent, and our server Bianca was great. Couple of local "Marble" microbrew beers were a perfect complement to my tacos. Went back to Bottger B&B, watched Olympics, off to bed. Tomorrow we leave New Mexico headed for Lubbock, TX, on our way to Fort Worth and Dallas (Wylie, actually) for the weekend.
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Getting to Know the Pueblo Indians

A travel blog entry by safarigirl

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... School and others. The objective of the school was to "kill the Indian to save the man" by taking Pueblo children from their families and teaching them the white mans ways. The school operated from 1881 to 1989. It was an attempt to "drive the culture" out of the children (courtesy of the U.S. Government) - another sad story!

We took a bus tour of old town and downtown Albq via ...

Ordinary Miracle

A travel blog entry by munchkinettes

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... road ahead - Trucks may want to take alternate route", I pulled over as fast as I could! May be an ordinary job for some, but it was a miracle for me! And speaking of Ordinary Miracle, (incase you haven't noticed, all entries are titled with song titles... Would you expect anything else from me?), the lyrics to this song remind me a lot of our trip. I'm grateful to be on it with my ...

Albuquerque New Mexico

A travel blog entry by shmiko

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... onto the side roads to avoid the treacherous road conditions so we could tell it wasn't really safe yet to drive off, well it was only 6:00am anyway so we went to have breaky in the restaurant - well it was actually a casual room with large TV. There were quite a few council truckies who gave us some advise regarding the weather etc, most had suggested this weather was extremely unusual and quite unexpected.It was expected to clear by 10:00am, ...

ABQ is a bit random

A travel blog entry by wickedtravelers

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... join us on this trip. I am a tiny bit afraid of heights, but I really didn't feel nervous taking the tram. It moved a lot less than I thought it would too. The scariest thing was actually seeing the crash site for a TWA flight that hadn't seen or been able to maneuver around Sandia. Luckily, very little is left except for some small metal objects that glint in the light as you float by, but, since I have a slight preoccupation with plane crashes, it was very eerie to ...

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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding