Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Went to Wally World and got a cable for Lynn's camera...now I have a happy camper who can take her own pictures to post. The pictures are all along Rte 550 that runs from Bernalilo, NM way up into Colorado. We followed it as far as Durango, CO and then went onto 160 over to Cortez, CO. You will note are great variety of different kinds of scenery ...
... than the authenticity of the Pueblo, the landscape yet again dominated with spectacular vistas. I'll let the pictures tell that story. At the conclusion of the tour, we opted to walk down the original stone steps - which for centuries were the only path. Back on the I-40 East, we headed into Alburquerque to a soundtrack of Country Music radio arriving mid afternoon. We undertook a Breaking ...
Today was another bus day, with a large break in the middle. We stopped in a town called Durango, Colorado which is in the Rocky Mountains. We stopped here mainly so that we could get a taste of the Rockies and do some rafting down the river running through the town. In the winter the Rockies is a thriving snow destination, but in the summer it's perfect for hiking, rafting and other outdoor activities. We went white water rafting in a giant inflatable ...
As we headed north this morning we decided to make a stop at the New Mexico International Heritage site for the El Camino Real. It's a great interpretive centre, a little out of the way, but with good access and parking (something we always have to be concerned about!).
The story of the early travels through this area - ...
... by working the "Box" to keep returning to the field.
Balloon Fiesta Park, from which the balloons are launched, is located on the northern edge of the city. In 2005, the Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum was opened on the grounds; it focuses on the last three decades of the festival, and on the history of ballooning. Then balloons go up in ...