Route 66 International Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoute 66 International Hostel Albuquerque
It was very old which normally isn't a problem but the floor was uneven which meant all the bunks were uneven. The kitchen was very small and not that clean. They also expected you to do a chore before you left. I have not stayed in a place and paid money to do a chore as part of your couple of nights stay.
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Another weekend away and this time in the new state of New Mexico. Again, I had no idea what to expect, but made the most of it. Believe it or not, Albuquerque has a hostel and I stayed there. It was about 1/2 mile from downtown and 1 mile from old town. I walked to old town first and was pretty amazed. I only had about 1 hour of daylight left …
... He told us about the driving DUI's out here (we find it incredible that the 'designated driver' drinks the same if not more than us) and the altitude apparently gets you drunker quicker...that explains me this evening. We got the hotel shuttle back to the hotel and grabbed a quick drink to the hotel bar. Vicki had a cigarette outside then we went back and chilled out in the room for the rest of the ...
... accordingly). So, for us --with differing tastes-- it was a tad over budget. But...see for yourself... and know we don't do this very often!
So, back to the rig and to bed early. Tomorrow is the last of our 'tough drives'. With luck, we'll cover another 429 miles. We expect more winds into our right side, but have chosen to head toward OK before stopping. Oklahoma here we come!
Church Street Cafe in Old Town for lunch on the back patio; what an idyllic setting with a waterfall and guitar singer. Great food; especially enjoyed the chiIi rellenos.
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After a final night's sleep in comfortable beds, it was time to move out of the hotel, reload Odie and head to a new campground. Our plan was to stop at Trader Joe's for another supply of water and food and then head northwest from Albuquerque and light out for Mesa Verde National Park and the Four Corners, the only place in the USA where 4 states meet at a point. The states are New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah. We pulled into the ...