BEST WESTERN Airport Albuquerque InnSuites Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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Nice hotel for the price. Could not speak to the location as we did not go anywhere in Albuquerque except the Hard Rock Casino. Area seemed safe. Breakfast was good. Fitness center just ok. Bed was very comfortable and the bathroom very clean.
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... our friends (which made the whole thing even better). WE saw several balloon events and enjoyed it all.
We all LOVED IT!! That was a really good way to end the main part of our trip. From here on out we will be driving slowly back to Naples without any planned stops for sightseeing.
We will be home in a couple weeks.
I hope everyone enjoyed sharing our trip with us.
'Til next time!
Diana, Bob and Meatball
... Most of the petroglyphs feature animals, insects, and geometric rings, and human-looking faces. The meaning of these petroglyphs is not certain. The climb up was a bit scary at times, but coming down was tougher. The views as we balanced on the rocks was awesome. There are two other canyons in the area with petroglyphs, but we elected not to spend the whole day balancing on rocks. We are off to Santa Fe.
Love is in the air over Albuquerque during 10 days every year - and it is truly a sight to behold! I have hundreds of pictures to sort through, but suffice it to say that this is an event we'll never forget!
... on the original road at about 45 if the road is anything close to smooth and slower if rough. When we were about 10 miles from our lunch destination, the engine seemed to be loosing power. I kept watching the engine temp and monitoring that the oil pressure was holding. I noted that I had the pedal closer to the floor than usual. I was concerned that I was loosing the engine. I was feeling a buildup of pressure in ...
... the highway - purported to be one of many abandoned such bridges.
One exit further down I40 we saw the abandoned Twin Arrows tourist complex. The former cafe, trading post and fuel station are abandoned but the pair of enormous twin arrows are still there.
Thankfully we by-passed Two Guns where the only thing remaining from this former made-to-order tourist trap was a silo with a faded picture of a cowboy with two guns drawn.
It was then on to Winslow ...