Holiday Inn Express & Suites Albuquerque Old Town
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... many miles. There was no way we could escape the mr stinky stretch, there was even a motel by the ranch, obviously for people with no sense of smell. The ranch was positioned next to the abattoir, and it looked like they were being herded in forming an orderly stampede. Texas is the beef city of USA, it supplies 90% of Texas and 25% across America. Having seen how many cattle were crammed in a small patch in comparison to the open plains, I can easily see that be the case. ...
... the Route 66 memorabilia on show (the main street of Albuquerque, Central Avenue, was a part of the old Route 66). On the way, we found a very groovy frozen yoghurt place called Olo’s that offered several yoghurt flavours (cookie dough? Cake batter?) with a mind-boggling array of sprinkles and accompaniments, from fizzy sweets to fresh fruit. Yummo! Chelle had a very dainty taster, while Tim (goes without saying) went for a rather ...
Old Town Albuquerque, New Mexico is a pleasant place to spend an afternoon walking around the historic town, viewing the old adobe buildings or just shopping (all the shops are located in the old structures, which makes it most enjoyable). The center of Old Albuquerque is situated around the Old Square which is bordered by the Catholic Parish of San Felipe de Neri. Most of the buildings, including the church, date back ...
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... Fe. Which we were quite pleased about because it gave us plenty of time to wander around, look at some local art and take some pics of the architecture a mix of Mexican, Spanish almost South American in flavour. As it was still early, and as we were really only an hour or two from night stop Albuquerque AND as the rattlesnake museum closed at 5 we headed out a little early than we'd have liked and certainly I think Santa Fe is the nicest ...