Baymont Inn And Suites Albuquerque Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a wild front to blow through and almost take our grill with it! Seriously! Does the wind ever not blow here? The evening proved to be very pleasant with clear skies and a lovely sunset. Nick and Patti visited the local casino and we elected to stay home and relax for the evening. I took a walk, did some laundry and cleaned things up a bit. We are now 2 hrs behind eastern standard time and you find yourself wanting to go to bed too early.
Tomorrow we'll head toward Kingman, ...
... was faulty. In the morning we also found out the breakfast was not as good as some other Homewoods and comparable properties we’ve stayed at (no waffle maker, no sugar- only sugar substitute, and paper plates/plastic cutlery).
On Saturday we left the hotel about 8:30am and drove to the University of New Mexico to see the campus. Then we drove up and down the old Rte 66 to try to view some of the historic structures that still stand. Many of the buildings have ...
... surrounding area is built on limestone and has a network of natural springs. There is an abundance of lakes in the area but they ave experienced drought conditions so in some cases the water levels are quite low. After the rain last night the rivers are high and running fiercely . I can only imagine what it would be like to be caught in a flash flood with the water running so fast you wouldn't stand a chance. The next stop is the Blue Hole - of course coming from ...
... The sky was beautiful today, with ominous clouds and heavy winds. It was worth the drive, and I think will be a important detour for the trip in October. Even so, I know now we won't be able to take every Route 66 bypass in October. If we did, it would add another couple of hours of driving to each leg of the trip. It's Weedpatch or bust in 10 days, and we'll make it happen, even if it means sacrificing some sections ...
The Visitors' Centre is an interesting building; in the 50's it was bought by Dr Sophie Aberle and her husband; she was an anthropologist who studied Puebloan women and improved medical practices for them as a result of her studies. She lived to be over 100 years old.
It is shameful (for want of a better word - maybe criminal?) that the wheels of the gravy-train are entwined with those of politics, ensuring that the integrity of sacred ...