Best Western Winrock Inn

Address: 18 Winrock Ctr., Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87110, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque

Wow, Now that's a lot of balloons!

A travel blog entry by 2vagabonds on Oct 10, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... edge of the field. Participating balloonists launch from a site a mile away and then approach the field, trying to accomplish a handful of goals. By far the hardest is the ring toss where each balloon is given one ring before launch. Watching them try to get close made it obvious how difficult it is to manuever a giant balloon exactly where you want it to go and not where the wind wants to take it. Such skill! Balloonists then must navigate their ...

Sightseeing around Arizona

A travel blog entry by meghannphillips on Jul 22, 2014

12 photos

... day, it was around 100 (37 celcius) degrees, and so seeing the crater in the heat made it much more difficult to get to the top of the rim. We did not venture down into the crater, but there is the option of getting a mule ride down to the bottom. Meteor Crater is nearly one mile across, 2.4 miles in circumference and more than 550 feet deep.
Our final stop was to visit the Petrified Forest National Park. ...

Texas to New Mexico

A travel blog entry by on Oct 11, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

On Monday the 7th we left Amarillo and headed South to Palo Duro Canyon State Park. After travelling across the Pan Handle Planes it was strange to come across this huge 'crack' in the ground. It is the second deepest canyon after the Grand Canyon. The views are breathtaking. I did a 10.5 mile bike ride to a staggering place called lighthouse point. The pictures will tell the story. After staying two nights in the Canyon we went back ...

Enchanted Weather Abundant

A travel blog entry by suegoeswest on May 30, 2013

4 photos

... org/travel-tools/ne ighborhoods/oldtown.aspx) by the Spanish, it remains one of the main draws of The Duke City. Some places have been kept as original, some shops provide modern touches alongside the ancient reminders of the Mexican-American-Native American culture that makes up Albuquerque.

Satisfied with our New Mexican fare (different in many aspects from Mexican, with the emphasis on green chiles and Pueblo Tribe ingredients) ...

Almost on Empty

A travel blog entry by patry on May 22, 2013

24 photos

... to be cautious of dust storms as they may cause zero visibility. Something else we don't see at home!

We really enjoyed the city of Albuquerque and spent some time in the old part of town going in the shops and enjoying dinner on a nice patio. There was a town square where there was a couple of guys break dancing in a gazebo. They had their tunes rocking and we sat on a bench and ...

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