InTown Suites Albuquerque

4676 Commerce Avenue, NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87107, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque

We are About Lobo'd Out!

A travel blog entry by edellis903


... to work well. Read about Nob Hill, the area near the University of New Mexico, so rode out Route 66 in search of a decent restaurant in that area. Good luck with that. As noted in my review, Route 66 was VERY disappointing. Back to Old Town, had dinner at good place, High Noon. Good margaritas, my first green chile cheeseburger. Liked it! We are about ready to move on. Good friends in Texas, and Florida is beckoning!

A gentleman of the press comes to visit

A travel blog entry by ritaluther

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... sides but was clearly a beacon for everyone who worked with him. (Tickets cost $1 - a bargain!)
Afterwards I went to the Albuquerque Museum to see a recently opened exhibition of Afro-American art comprised of more than 100 pieces created by black artists between the 1920s and 1990s. Below you will see some photos from this interesting exhibition.
Yesterday I went to 'The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History'. Rita and ...


A travel blog entry by sharileane


... Our last stop was one of the cutest little monkeys that came right up to the fence, as if to say, see how cute I am...don't you want to take me home. Kaitlyn said yes....I was a pretty firm NO. After that the kids got to climb on the jungle gym for awhile and then we parted ways with our new friends and headed to the aquarium by way of a 30 minute train ride which was needed after walking all morning.
The aquarium was nice, the best part being ...

Happy Birthday Dom

A travel blog entry by 9lives


... trains than wildlife on our travels.

Close by Joseph City is the famous Jackrabbit Trading Post with one of the most famous billboards on all of the Route. This trading post used one of the most clever roadside marketing ploys by announcing how much closer you were to it as you drove along. As a result everyone wanted to see for themselves what all the fuss was about.

This stretch of highway is south of the Painted Desert and west of the Petrified Forest and there ...


A travel blog entry by usacoasttocoast


Still continuing west on the renamed route 66 we stopped at Alburquerque for the night. The drive from Amarillo had taken it out of Terry and Dave a bit because of the strong winds, we even had a bit of a dust storm. Imagine our delight when we arrived at the camp site to find that they had a hot tub, bliss. Terry was even happier there was a KFC in walking distance, off he went with Dave on the pretence of finding a liquor store only to come ...

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This hotel, located in the Renaissance area of Albuquerque, is near Cliff's Amusement Park, Cibola National Forest, New Mexico Symphony Orchestra, and Laffs Comedy Caffe.
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