Howard Johnson Albuquerque East
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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free airport shuttle
- Conference facilities
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... 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
... where you can book a room in someone's else's home much like a hotel but way more personal. You write them a little message about yourself and they have 24 hours to accept. We ended up booking 3 nights and it turned out to be a great experience. The owners of the house were named Michelle and Metowan, she was a psychotherapist from LA and he was a shiatsu practitioner from Germany. We ended up getting along so well that we had brunch ...
... lead! We watched Americas got talent and exchanged travelling stories. Most couch surfers seem to be experienced travellers so definitely have a story to tell! Kevin has travelled pretty extensively and was really enthusiastic about Japan (mum and dad take note) and the Phillipenes (mostly because they have cheap booze apparently!). His girlfriend, Maddie arrived later and after discussing our travel plans, she told us about a festival in Salida which was near the next ...
... wasn’t really her favorite. My father had a shrimp dish. Then I had fried ice cream with dulce de leche sauce which was served in a cinnamon tortilla bowl.
We checked out of the hotel and had breakfast at Coco’s again 2 pumpkin crumb cake slices and one denver potato pancakes (shredded potato with ham, onion, peppper and sour cream). Today we drove across AZ en route to San Diego. We stopped for lunch in Yuma at Coco’s (we love Coco’s). I had a ...
... still no room! Finally on the 5th try, we found a spot, only because there was a cancellation and the campground was not a KOA. We grabbed it and were pleasantly surprised that the accommodations were great. When we registered, we asked what was going on that made all the campgrounds so full. They told us that this week was the Hot Air Balloon Festival! How ...