Econo Lodge West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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From our overnight park at the Walmart in Albuquerque, with the fantastic view, but the poor access to free wifi.... we packed up after a fun breakfast of Yoghurt and M&M's (yep, they sell everything over here, and that is one of the breakfast items) and travelled out to the two museums we were keen to see. The first one we went to was the New Mexico Museum of History and Science. This very cool museum had in its foyer models of young dinosaurs (baby and juveniles of ...
... a kind’ experience and Pete and I felt privileged to have had the experience of adventure with Tom, the docent. Be sure to click on each of the pictures as I’ve expanded comments about issues/pictures, like how each winner of the Indy 500 is awarded the Pace Car for that year etc.
We arrived in Albuquerque Tuesday afternoon at the American RV Park. It's a pretty park that we think has been redone in the past couple of years. ...
We arrived at the American RV Resort for the Memorial Day Weekend. A pretty park, well kept with friendly people and they had a continental breakfast every morning. That was a first! We heard from many folks about Old Town so we spent one day walking the old streets. We even had to travel on Route 66 to get there. The stores had once been ...
... they're dust or rain. Every now and then the sun cuts through the clouds and lights up the Sandia mountains and they're just gorgeous. We head to the part of the city at the base of the Sandias and wind up in a park with walking trails. The vantage is perfect...with an unobstructed view of the mountains. Consequently, I set up my film gear and burn some film....between wind gusts.
At this point, we're losing the light...and when you're working ...
... back to old town where the Rattlesnake museum was open, we spent the best part of two hours looking at the snakes and talking to the owner about Steve Urwin and some Australian snakes. He was even so kind as to feed a couple of them so we could watch. They were slower eaters than what I anticipated. After this exciting morning we walked all the way to the other side of town to check out Nob Hill part of the original Route 66. That took a good chunk ...