Comfort Inn Albuquerque Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as this, but I can honestly say that at this point not even the troublesome couple could wake me from my hypnotic trance. Unfortunately we only had a short time to spend amongst such beauty for we still had to make to journey to Scotty's ridiculous castle.
It would take almost an hour to drive to the castle and as the bus meandered along the scenic and deserted roads, I listened to our guides hypnotic voice before falling into a welcome slumber. Eventually we ...
... amp; then heading into Old Town Albuquerque.
We spent the morning shopping, there will lots of souvenir shops & market shops. There were Mariachi bands playing in the center of the old town, so we got lemonade & sat and watched them play.
It was so relaxing and we were so happy to have a day off driving.
... We drove to Santa Fe and drove around the area looking at houses before driving back to Cerrillos Rd to look for a certain brand of jeans I wanted at the Boot Barn. While there we grabbed a quick lunch at Burger King before heading back to the historic area of Santa Fe. We then drove back to the historic area and checked into our hotel, La Fonda. It was hard to find the best place to enter the hotel and unload luggage, as the main front door was blocked by cars and the ...
... breakfast started with a picture with Mickey in his lifeguard outfit. He was really cute and since we saw him in his Hawaiian outfit at Aulani we were glad to see his lifeguard outfit. We were seated at our table and soon after Stitch stopped by for a visit followed by Minnie Mouse. After lots of pictures with these two characters we set off to get our food. Choices!! There was so much food. At one station there were Mickey waffles, Minnie pancakes, oatmeal ...
After some deeper delving into the exact locations of the original Route 66, we decided to back track to Santa Rosa, and re-enter Albuquerque via the pre-1937 route. We drove out almost to Santa Rosa, and then took a sharp left, northwest, up the 84. This route into Albuquerque takes a lot longer, edging onto Santa Fe, and does not have the same feel as coming in on highway 40 (more mountains and trees, less mesas and ...