La Quinta Inn & Suites Albuquerque Journal Ctr NW
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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probably at the other end of the scale.
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11th May Sunday Scored a free breaky and shower at the hostel! Sad farewell to Sheaffy, he is now off to do a summer camp in Georgia, such a lovely friend! Matt and Steph were in there car now together and larns and I were in our van and we are off to Albuquerque New Mexico. It was a approx 5 hr drive from Flagstaff with very desert looking views. There was some pretty Rocky Mountains along the way. We kept ourselves entertained by mooning and writing notes to Steph and Matt ...
... road ahead - Trucks may want to take alternate route", I pulled over as fast as I could! May be an ordinary job for some, but it was a miracle for me! And speaking of Ordinary Miracle, (incase you haven't noticed, all entries are titled with song titles... Would you expect anything else from me?), the lyrics to this song remind me a lot of our trip. I'm grateful to be on it with my ...
... the wide floodplain twice as we searched for accommodation for the night and finally ended up near the University, east of Hwy 25. We had time to quickly explore the Old Town first settled in 1706 and home to the 300 year old San Felipe de Neri church adjacent to the Plaza. We caught up with Dom to wish him Happy Birthday and discovered that Heather has a dreadful cold. Dinner was at the St. Clair Bistro with live jazz accompaniment. The St. Clair winery is New Mexico's largest - who ...