Comfort Inn Rio Rancho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... witness some traditional dancing.
Next we head about an hour west of Albuquerque to visit one of the local Pueblo's, Acoma Pueblo. Here we take a tour of the "Sky City" and receive an amazing history lesson.
Time to head back towards Albuquerque to find tonight's ...
... However, the plot thickened when we discovered that our hotel, now called Crystal Gardens, used to be called The Skinny Dip and was a gay resort. No wonder no one knew where to take us!
Was It All Worth It?
Was the trip worth all of the pain & expense? I think that answer must be a yes. Everything was more expensive than we planned but to use the vernacular, "no worries!" A week was ...
... or are in the process of redevelopment. Next we drove to Old Town, easily parked on the street and spent about 2 hrs looking in the shops. I enjoyed Old Town, as the buildings were interesting and many of the shops had courtyards behind.
After shopping, we then we drove to the Route 66 diner for lunch. We almost got this place confused with the Route 66 Malt Shop, but realized we wanted the historic restaurant not the more modern one, even though both looked ...
... It's not worth trying to see the Gila Cliff Dwellings in the rain. The next stop I had planned involves more hiking in the desert, which I wouldn't want to do in the rain either. The stop after that is also outdoors.
I gave up on the outdoor activities and headed for Albuquerque where I can go to a museum.
After a bike ride around Santa Fe, the Plaza, and the New Mexico capitol building, we packed up the trusty Highlander, checked out of our wonderful little hotel and hit the road. Rather than take the interstate to Albuquerque and thence to our destination, Rio Rancho, we drove the Turquoise Trail.
It's a 56 miles two lane ...