Fairfield Inn Albuquerque University Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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This property is a little dated and could use some refurb...
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<b><i><u>Good Morning Albuquerque...</u></i></ b> 7:00am (MT): Albuquerque, New Mexico. We're up at 7am to get ready to meet Margaret and Steve in the hotel lobby for breakfast. Not a great option for breakfast, but was free and certainly better than what we had at the RV park.
<b><i><u>Is this the day we leave Albuquerque???</u></i></ b> 7:00am (MT): Albuquerque, New Mexico. Up getting ready to meet Margaret and Steve for breakfast at 8:00. Is this the day we get to leave Albuquerque and continue on our road trip? Hopefully the GG will be ready this morning and we can continue west. …
<b><i><u>Third day in Albuquerque...</u></i></ b> 7:00am (MT): Albuquerque, New Mexico. We awoke again to meet Margaret and Steve for breakfast at 8am. Today around 12 noon we will find out when the GG will be ready. We hung around the hotel this morning and washed a couple of loads of clothes and then we heated …
... for the photo op. I bought a few little things which I was going to anyway so I didn't feel pressured or anything. All in good fun *****es!
Ate a couple of times at the Dog House which is actually a famous dive and everybody in Albuquerque knows the place. They make an awesome chili cheese dog, yo! Also had coffee a couple of times at Java Joe's, aka Tuck's place. Excellent coffee shop. The best though was scoring THE table at ...
Wow, what a day. I had been to Texas a few times so I knew what to expect in terms of landscape, but New Mexico is all new to me and to Lynn. It is hard to describe if you have never seen it. I have attached a few pictures, but I don't think you truly visualize the distance and perspective. Again, each time you go over a hill the terrain and landscape can change. You're looking at ...