Country Inn & Suites Albuquerque Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Inn & Suites Albuquerque Airport
Although the neighborhood looks a bit seedy, hotel was very clean and comfortable. Great staff. Kind of a quirky internet connection though.
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... Sands Missile Range area. The lava flow covers an area of around 40 miles long by 4 miles wide and in geological terms is fairly young at around 5,000 years old. We arrived at about 11.30am to find the Visitor Centre closed with a 'Gone to lunch, back at 1.00pm' sign hanging on the door! We could still walk through the lava field and left our entrance fee in an honesty envelope as all good tourists should do. The display boards recommended to allow ...
... sat and enjoyed the sun.
Mark was happy cause he saw Koi Carp in the pond!!
The Botanical Gardens were our next stop. They are really stunning. It's a big park with a miniature town complete with a working train set. There were even Thomas and Gordon trains (Mark educated me on Gordon's name!). There were lots of pretty fountains which we could have happily jumped into (because of the heat). Mark said "Would it ...
... post office we wandered about town and sat in the park. Grabbed some lunch at a pizza place which was yummy before heading back for bags to coaches to make our way to Albuquerque. Unfortunately not enough time to go round filming locations of BB. Had dinner in the hotel before being introduced to cards against humanity which Kate and I ended up ...
... are being refurbished. The Alvarado Hotel area has been turned into a parking lot. Sad that such a great building was torn down. Apparently it was quite a controversy at the time.
In the afternoon we headed over to the Bosque (Boh-Skay) Nature Park. It was a nice area to watch the wading ducks and geese behind blinds so that you don't scare them off. There were Cinnamon Teals, Mallards, Canada Geese, Coots and a few ...
... line-height: 21px;">Well that pretty much sums up my last 3 weeks. Not as thorough as usual, but I was so busy training and such I never got to sit and write up my usual trip report. So this will have to do. But I definitely would recommend the Sandia Crest and White Sands to anyone visiting New Mexico. You can take the tram up to the crest for 20 bucks. We drove up but next time I would like to experience the 2 mile tram up the mountain to get a better scenic ...