Baymont Inn And Suites Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... made some stops and hiked in the 100 degree weather and was ready to just get back to a hotel at that point, so off I went.
But about 18 miles later I saw yet another sign for the Petrified Forest National Park, and this time it took me right to the actual place. I decided to go ahead and check it out. It was pretty amazing. I drove about 12 miles or so into the park but couldn't see it all. It was very cool but I have to say, I didn't see anything petrified or any forest, so ...
We arrived at the American RV Resort for the Memorial Day Weekend. A pretty park, well kept with friendly people and they had a continental breakfast every morning. That was a first! We heard from many folks about Old Town so we spent one day walking the old streets. We even had to travel on Route 66 to get there. The stores had once been ...
... started this whole thing. My father's spontaneous decision to travel to Las Vegas. But it doesn't stop there, oh no, then there was the discovery that Disneyland was only four hours away from where we were staying in Vegas.
Ever since I was about five years old we have gone to Disney at least once a year. My father loves Disney. I mean, when we went to Mexico for my senior trip, and I joked about how ...
... that the Danish physicist Niels Bohr came to this country in January 1939 and informed the American physics community that nuclear fission of uranium had taken place in Berlin just recently. The overwhelming number of historians now concur that the two bombs compelled the Japanese government to surrender on August 14, thus saving hundreds of thousands (maybe millions) of lives because the planned invasion of Japan on November 1, 1945, was ...
... after Hollywood personalities who used to stay there.
Just down the highway you cross the Continental Divide - the backbone of the North American continent - also known as the Top of the World.
We continued on I40 as at this point as many of the Route 66 interests have been destroyed or probably should be they are so decrepid. As you approach Albuquerque you leave the Colorado Plateau which you have been on since mid-Arizona and descend into the Rio Grande Valley. ...