Comfort Inn Albuquerque Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... about $60 a night, full AC, fridge, big TV, laundry, lovely pool we used this afternoon and a cheerful owner called Henry who provided pool towels and information on where to go in the Old Town for the best Margaritas. What's not to love??
Off for another Trolley tour and probably the best one we have ever done. Run by 2 guys who started the business a few years ago, it was full of anecdotes, video footage, quizzes, ...
... which were good and I normally don’t even like sopapillas (maybe I never had good ones before). We ordered one dessert to split, the Levante which was huge and delicious. It is like a Mexican style tiramisu. After that huge meal that I was only able to eat half of, I’m glad we got the dessert to split, as the serving portion would have been too big for one person.
Sunday we left the hotel after breakfast about 8am to drive to Santa Fe, via the ...
... for a walk along one of the trails along the ridge, which is not without its dramas as Glenn pushes the boundaries to get that fantastic photo! And Milton appears to go over the edge. No wildlife to be seen probably lucky as an encounter with a bear may have been more than we were prepared for. we have a beers and cocktails at the High Finance Restaurant and Bar and toast all at home from those s dizzy heights. we don't have the option for a state park today but we ...
... nearly dead, or glorified truck stops. Clines Corners, a town that is made up of one gas station (aptly named 'Clines Corners') had billboards every 100 feet on both sides of the road advertising their 'cool drinks', 'hillbilly figurines', 'moccasins', 'rubber tomahawks', and it goes on and on. That is when Mark pointed out to me that there are no Californian license plates, anywhere. Everyone is coming from the east to the west. Pennsylvania, Ohio, ...
... off and lots of old and interesting-looking stuff were scattered around the ground. A ways over to the right was a small shed with a faded and peeling painted Route 66 sign on the front and an old pick-up parked nearby. As I started walking down the track for a look, the pick-up began trundling slowly towards me before stopping near the fence. Trotting alongside the truck was a gorgeous golden tan dog. His name was Baby Einstein, and in the pick-up were two cats; ...