Fairfield Inn & Suites Albuquerque Airport
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Baume Cannes
Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... going down a mountain with people weaving traffic like its rush hour in Houston. We came close to the famous Route 66, but didn’t actually drive on it (that’ll be an adventure for another day).
We also discovered that no matter what you try, when you drive past big commercial beef farms (that was a quite the herd of cows), you cannot escape the smell of cow manure. That wonderful aroma lasted with us for a few minutes. MoooOOoooOooo.
... festival out there with more than 800 balloons! Having begun in 1972 with only 13 balloons launching from the parking lot of a shopping mall, it has come a long way since then and is--deservingly so--on the bucket lists of many. Such an amazing event and experience!
My mom and I walked around, awed by all that was going on. So many different shapes and colors and sizes, so many people and so much happening in all directions. It was ...
... was smooth and we beat the sunrise. We started out very low and got some good views of the backyards of the neighborhood near the our departure area - and we stirred up plenty of dogs who don't seem to like large flying objects over their yards as all of them were barking at us. Slowly we started rising just as the golden sunrise took place over the Sandia Mountains. And during the ride we ...
... fun was zipping back and forth along Central Ave. as well as walking around the old, historic town. I had quite the time hanging out with the Candy Lady who made the fake crystal meth for the show until the producers went the blue route and went elsewhere for their TV meth. The Candy Lady though has embraced her 5 minutes with gusto and a very enterprising spirit as you can see from the pics. She had the product, hat and shades all ready ...
... a glimpse of a waddy or arroyo. Some of these things erode to 10-20 feet. Again it was amazing to see a river 200 feet wide with a trickle of water down the middle. And us crossing the river we could have stepped over on a bridge. Another picture you will find fascinating is the one that looks like big piles of sand...it's solid rock. Enjoy the ...