Baymont Inn And Suites Albuquerque Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... so we had to drive around to see some of the more memorable sights. In addition to the White House (ha, ha), we saw the Octopus car wash and Saul Goodman's office before having dinner at, you guessed it, Los Pollos Hermanos,which is actually a burrito place called Twisters. If you haven't seen the show, sorry for all these meaningless references, but do yourself a favor and binge watch the entire series...it's ...
... couple secretly approached the guide and demanded that we go to 'Scotty's castle'. The guide broke the news and we all fell into despair knowing immediately who had caused this travesty. Throughout the trip Anna and I were constantly confused as to who this Scotty was and why he had a castle in the middle of a desert.
Despite this mishap we still were able to come across further splendour. Firstly we stopped at a place named 'The Devils Golf Course' which was a vast ...
... leave the area without taking a look at bearizona. That place is pretty cool, you drive through a forest type reserve where the animals wander around their own free will. ( they are in seperated sections though dont worry) we got up close and personal with mountain goats, arctic wolves, bears and bison as well as squirels that probably wouldnt usually cause such a ruckus but it was the first time ...
The next day we were due to visit an Indian Pueblo Cultural Centre. This was an opportunity to look at the history of the Native Americans in New Mexico and also to see some cultural dances that they were putting on for audiences that day. The Centre was very interesting and again, no pictures were allowed. All around the centre it explained the struggles of the Native Americans during the European colonies and the USA Government. ...
... we had the battery back up to full charge, I drove the car from that rest stop on in to Alburquerque, about 90 miles. I drove in between Stan and Nick, quite the caravan.
The drive in to Alburquerque was really beautiful. So very different from what we're used to in green, lush Florida. The landscape is dry and desert like. Very little "green", just sand colors. Big, rolling hills and a few plateaus here ...