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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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Albuquerque - für die, die nicht einmal wissen, wie man es ausspricht -> siehe Titel :D Und für die, die so wie ich vor meiner Reise keine Ahnung haben, wo Albuquerque liegt -> New Mexico! Und die Stadt ist echt noch nice, vor allem die Umgebung bietet fantastisch Aussicht ins Nichts, und trotz der …
After our train was an hour late getting to Albuquerque we walked straight to the hostel dropped our bags saw the beds and were not impressed. We headed out for some food and a couple of drinks hoping that it would make the beds easier to sleep on. We found amazing pizza and $2.50 spirits. Heading over to a bar that had a band playing our night …
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Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico and one of its oldest towns. It is about an hour by train from Albuquerque, an easy jump for about $10.
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