Suburban Extended Stay Albuquerque

Address: 2401 Wellesley Drive NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87107, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Duke City Industrial Area area of Albuquerque, is near Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, UNM North Golf Course, New Mexico Symphony Orchestra, and Potteryland.
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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

          ... for my first attempt at using money.

          'Your not going to gamble are you' asked Anna

          Now considering I was sitting at a roulette machine in the middle of Las Vegas I felt this was a strange question, however I confirmed my intentions and began. I fear that this was not enough for Anna for she then began to complain about the potential loss of money and gasped in pain as I wasted the first dollar.

          'Your not putting more in' she screamed, as ...

          Balloons, Breaking Bad, Big Buttes and BIG Canyons

          A travel blog entry by on Oct 07, 2014

          19 photos

          ... to the Explora Kids museum to play about for a while (most of the exhibits were a bit old for Cameron but it was a low brain requirement for a few hours.)
          After an early night we were ready to hit the Breaking Bad location trail. We shunned the $70 pp (plus tip) guided tour and after a bit of online research programmed the sat nav with:
          1. Walt & Skylar's house - in the 30 seconds we cruised past there were three other cars cruising and the owners of ...

          Albuquerque Balloon Festival

          A travel blog entry by batttravels on Sep 30, 2014

          2 comments, 36 photos

          ... Sometimes they were so close you could see the people’s faces in the baskets.

          While in Albuquerque we were able to take a couple of hikes into Pictographs National Monument (yes more old art on rocks), take a tram ride up Sandia Mountain Ski Area and go to Old Albuquerque.

          We also had a delicious dinner with one of Rusty’s nephews, Tim and his beautiful family. It was great to see them and get to know his 3 little girls.

          We have been busy moving ...

          Meteors and Petroglyphs

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

          4 comments, 43 photos

          ... like blankets on the green grasses; I have no idea what they were but they were like nothing I"d seen before. There were also sunflowers all along the highway. Approaching Williams and the junction to the Grand Canyon, it was hilly with cool mesas and some kind of pine trees everywhere. Really amazing landscapes, with the silhouettes of distant mountains.

          I stopped in Williams on the advice of a friend and it was definitely worth a stop. There was an easily navigable downtown ...

          On a mission to a mission

          A travel blog entry by ianjordan on Jun 11, 2014

          3 photos

          ... Sam beat me awake, telling me I was snoring, which I was definitely NOT doing.

          After decamping from the train, we hopped on one of the many free local shuttle buses. Our first stop was the St. Miguel Mission. This is the oldest continuously used church in America, dating from the mid 1600s. From the outside, the church is not especially impressive, in fact it looks a lot like many other churches in the southwest. It is the inside of the church that makes ...