Hilton Garden Inn Albuquerque Uptown
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from the hotel and were able to walk right in. The waitress brought out baskets of chips and salsa. As we started dipping we noticed the heat of the salsa, extremely hot, even for me. It seemed to be made with habanero peppers. We asked for milder, but this was the only version they make... too hot to eat. We ordered our meals (enchiladas and tacos). Steve and I ordered beef brisket ...
We arrived in Albuquerque on Sunday evening. After our interesting experience in Amarillo the evening before, I was worried we would be facing the same here as we drove through the suburbs. However once we got further into town I realised how cool this little city is. In the evening we wandered around the old town and decided to come back the next day when the shops would be open. We had an awesome, ridiculously ...
Early chat with pops at 7.30am and then with my folks after. It was chillier and cloudier today. Having checked our route plan for the day we set off at 9.15am through Amarillo trying to get back on the mother road. After passing St Andrew's and a couple of about turns we got back on it from the Amarillo boulevard road and headed outta town west. Amarillo - The first must stop was the Cadillac ranch,with a scrap heap load of Cadillacs buried nose end into the ground, we saw it ...
... a while for a room I checked in. I walked around Old Town and while it was cool and all, and the weather here is great, it reminded me so much of Monterey's Cannery Row, in that it seemed to exist solely for the benefit of tourists; there was nothing really 'authentic' about it. I did have a great meal at the High Noon Saloon, and the hotel itself is very nice, but all in all I'm not so thrilled, so far, with my Albuquerque experience.
So we'll see what happens tomorrow.
... Santa Fe, went to laundromat, did some desperately dirty laundry, went back to the hotel, packed up, and left for Albuquerque. Friends had told us we should do the Sandia Peak Tramway. We were happy we did - Jane was a BIT leery of the height - gets almost 1000 feet above the canyon floor, with a 1.5 mile longest span, but the scenery was great from the top. Again, a beautiful day, you could see for miles. The ...