Holiday Inn Express & Suites Albuquerque Old Town
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at 5am, I was glad she had talked me out of such folly. I literally felt like a zombie, communicating only in grunts as I made my way down to the entrance to meet our tour guide. The bus awaited our arrival outside and the tour guide sat impatiently as we were 2 minutes late. I became aware Immediately that like the queuing system, tour schedules were also very important, and thus caused our guide to refuse communicating to us for the first hour of the tour. It seemed that ...
... to load up.
didn't get the urge to collect rocks.
We may have
been spoiled by the opulence of Mesa Regal and found the Root 66 RV Park was
probably at the other end of the scale.
This RV Park had the bare necessities, it was right next to a major Interstate Highway, so lots of trucks passing in the night, but it did the job and broke to trip up
... lunch spot, they mostly have salads on the Menu with a few sandwiches and soups. We heard that most of their ingredients come from a garden that is close by. Ross and I were very excited to be in New Mexico as neither one of us had been. As we parked our car next to a bunch of stacked rocks, I knew I was going to like this place! We got seated in a cute little table near the corner, ordered a bottle of rose and asked for some bread. ...
... night we had a feed and went to the cinemas. It was our first time in over 6 months. We watched Neighbours, it was so funny! Seth Rogan movies are ways a good laugh. We then slept in the Walmart car park along side Steph and Matt. Our car was making some serious scraping noises so we decided to find a mechanic and book it in for the morning. Fortunately we found a place that could fit us in and within 3 hrs had it repaired for us. The front brake pads were knackered and we were ...
Boarded our bus for an hour and a half ride to Acoma. On the way we found that the city of Albq is surrounded on two sides by Indian reservations and one side is a National Forest, so the city can only expand on one side. Water is a scarce commodity and we found that 85% of available water is used for agriculture. While on Interstate 40, we passed the To'hajilee exit. Once again for Breaking Bad fans, this is where many of the ...