Hyatt Place Albuquerque Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pond along with a handful of mallards and wood ducks.
Lunch was at a wonderful restaurant called Flying Star that was recommended to us by a lady at the nature center. With about a dozen freshly made desserts sitting in the display on our way to the counter, we both chose something delicious looking and sat eating it while we waited for our sandwich. Did you every notice that STRESSED spelled backwards is desserts? This must mean something!
... I had some ****** food and went back to the hotel, in a different route, and turned in hoping for better luck tomorrow.
I got up the next morning and, happy that my car had not been broken into, drove another hour or so into Albuquerque. I had been looking forward to it but honestly the city was confusing, very large and spread out, with no identifiable 'center' or downtown. I ended up stopping in Old Town and figured that would be the place to be, so I got a hotel and ...
... was a yard fence that was made entirely of wine bottles. There are great colorful little cottages right beside the businesses. It was hard to even know where to look first. I LOVED this little town. Many of the stores were closed because of "Off season". This town is worth the drive, even if all you do is drive through it--which we did several times.
... continued as we got organized to leave the park. We have a couple of stops in Santa Rosa this morning before we head off to Albuquerque. First up we saw as we drove in yesterday, a yellow car on a stick. This was Bozo's car museum where there was a collection of restored cars and memorabilia relating to Route 66. It's a very interesting display of cars, most of them restored in magnificent fashion and some if not all had a Route 66 story and some were actually or ...
... The story tells of a vicious battle between Navajos and Apaches, ending with the multiple deaths of Apaches trapped in the cave by fire and smoke. Because there were other cars parked around Two Guns, LD and I decided to forego searching for the cave. Somehow it didn't seem prudent for two women to be exploring an abandoned cave among strangers.
Although Two Guns can be seen from ...