Days Inn and Suites Airport Albuquerque

Address: 2331 Centre Ave SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87106, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Victory Hills area of Albuquerque, is near University of New Mexico, Vortex Theatre, Duck Pond at UNM, and Buffalo Exchange.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn and Suites Airport Albuquerque

Reviewed by thepaynes2014

Convenience and friendly service.

Reviewed Apr 1, 2014
by (6 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

A fairly new facility and a very friendly staff. We arrived a bit early and the staff took pains to get a room ready for our early arrival. The room was comfortable and quiet. The continental breakfast was adequate. Another Days Inn that did NOT fail to meet our expectations. Another very good internet connection and a convenient location. If in the area, this one will give a good bang for your buck.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn and Suites Airport Albuquerque

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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque

The City Of Sin

A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Feb 22, 2015

19 photos

... I had stayed too long for these noises still haunt my dreams.
We followed the road round to the main area of downtown and were immediately hypnotised by the atmosphere. There were numerous brightly lit casinos with all kinds of glittering machines and money making devices. Outdoor bars sold cheap beer in plastic cups and scantily clad ladies stood atop dancing badly. There were numerous strange folk around and it wasn't abnormal to see an apparently average fellow ...

Balloons, Breaking Bad, Big Buttes and BIG Canyons

A travel blog entry by lara.eric.cam on Oct 07, 2014

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We backtracked a little from Santa Fe to stop by Los Alamos, where the top secret Manhattan Project to develop the Atomic Bomb was housed. We had read a bit about the scientists who had worked on the project so were quite interested to go. Los Alamos itself was tiny with a museum in the old boys school that was compulsorily acquired by the government to house Oppenheimer and his team. The museum was excellent, covering the Native American history, geology, history ...

Meteors and Petroglyphs

A travel blog entry by john.e.mount on Aug 10, 2014

4 comments, 43 photos

... confusing. Still, very beautiful! I did see Newspaper Rock, which has these ancient petroglyphs, writing from the early Americans scratched onto rocks.

So finally I headed back onto the highway and aimed for Albuquerque, but it was too far away. I decided to stop in Gallup, New Mexico, based on a web search, and get a hotel for the night. I wanted to try to catch some photos of the Super Moon since I figured I could get some cool shots of it rising against the wild NM ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by vaughn_vac2014 on Jun 08, 2014

37 photos

... we'll pass AND to pose with the Muffler Man (tall sculpture outside their shop.)

Back in the car we went driving a FAST 75 mph towards New Mexico! Bry and I were up front, Gracie was in the way back, and Bryan decided to take a nap in the middle. Bry and I AGAIN laughed it up from making fun of billboards, to yelling at his Dad, "Go back to sleep Dad. NO!", misunderstanding the "No Phones" ...

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Sep 11, 2013

... on display were found in New Mexico.

Next is a display on the Age of Volcanoes, the Cenozoic period. This lead into the Rise of the Recent display, which is also on the Cenozoic period. Then came a display on Caves during the Pleistocene period. The last display was about New Mexico's Ice Age, also during the Pleistocene period.

These displays were fine but my ...