Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Albuquerque Airport
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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... We trundled through the plain out of the encircling Sagre de Cristo mountains into classic desert and scrub country -the announcer warned us not to take photos/video of the Pueblo villages we would pass through, these were located the one side of the train along the river where there were trees,carobs, lush green fields with corn, maize growing ,horses and goats grazing and backyard market gardens. The ...
... takes you on a 2.7 mile ride to the top. We made the spectacular fifteen minute trip up in the late afternoon and considered staying up there to watch the sunset but it was pretty cold and windy at 10,378 feet so we didn't hang around for long. Unfortunately the wind had whipped up a lot of dust in the desert so the view of the city was very hazy but the mountains themselves were ...
... at least Terry had the decency to keep his shirt on. Next morning Monday, it was west again towards Holbrook and the painted desert. The road was that which had always wanted to drive through in America, desert, rock formations, lava fields, tumble weeds the lot. Terry went mad with the camera when he wasn't driving. Then into Arizona, the road trip here was not quite as impressive as through New Mexico but great all the same. Before arriving ...
... a painting by Henriette Wyeth--the daughter of N.C. Wyeth and sister of Andrew Wyeth. I had no idea that there was a sister or that she was a painter, but there it is. She married an artist from New Mexico, and now their work hangs side-by-side in this museum.
We were planning on heading out to ride the tram up Sandia Mountain to have dinner at a restaurant at 12,000 feet, but the weather is pretty bad, with ...
... at sunset. They form the eastern edge of a very deep rift valley through which the Rio Grande River flows today. It is not a wide valley and most of the development stretches in a long band north and south along the river. The Albuquerque side of the mountains is very steep and craggy and they provide an insurmountable barrier to east-west travel at this point. I-40, to the south of this point, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking