Four Points Albuquerque Midtown

Address: 1660 University Boulevard NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87102, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1660 University Boulevard NE, Albuquerque, is near La Mision de San Ignacio, Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, Rio Grande Valley, and New Mexico Symphony Orchestra.
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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque

Day 7 - Tucamcari and the journey to Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by lockley on Oct 03, 2014

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... long and we had no idea how deep! Mark (who was driving) threw caution to the wind and just went for it! It was deep, but not deep enough to cause any issues and the only lasting effect from driving through it was having out lovely white car be brown from the tyres up half the doors!!! Mark laughed so hard at my jumping at the muddy water hitting my window... I can laugh about it.... now!!!

After a while we were hungry for breakfast and stopped ...

Day 13

A travel blog entry by paulkallen on Jun 03, 2014

... 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 ...

Old Town and Museum of Art and History

A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Mar 18, 2014

3 comments, 70 photos

... visit.

Day 323 Today we travelled along the Route 66 stretch that goes through Albuquerque. We ate at a great old style deco diner. Ahh nothing like a great hamburger, french fries and a root beer float! Along the way there are still building dating back to the 1920's, 30's, 40's and 50's.

Albuquerque proper in the downtown area is going through the same hard times as many cities. Many storefronts are empty ...

Up, Up and Up

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Oct 30, 2013

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... the day, we decided to ride the world’s longest aerial tram, on the east side of Albuquerque, a ride that took us up the side of a mountain to its crest at 10,378 feet. Up there the temperature was 0 degrees Celsius, it was snowing a bit, and the wind was howling. We could see for miles over the Rio Grande River basin, over the city of Albuquerque to the west and over Santa Fe to the east. The panoramic views were ...

Another way round

A travel blog entry by grapesofwrath on May 27, 2013

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After some deeper delving into the exact locations of the original Route 66, we decided to back track to Santa Rosa, and re-enter Albuquerque via the pre-1937 route. We drove out almost to Santa Rosa, and then took a sharp left, northwest, up the 84. This route into Albuquerque takes a lot longer, edging onto Santa Fe, and does not have the same feel as coming in on highway 40 (more mountains and trees, less mesas and ...