InTown Suites Albuquerque
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Because there was a significant charge to enter the pueblo, we decided against it and returned to town to find a restaurant to enjoy some Mexican fare. Having researched Trip Advisor, we chose The and had a hearty meal of chicken burritos with rice and black beans. Delicious but a lot of food! Taos, like Santa Fe, radiates out from a communal plaza (square) . All the buildings are Adobe style and house shops selling every kind of ...
... had returned. Simple things such as supermarkets and car parks were ablaze with lights and I was drawn to them like a moth. Our hotel was in the downtown region of Las Vegas, which is a bus ride away from the main area of casinos and novelty. I was pleased that we had chosen to stay in this part of town for it felt perhaps more exciting and casual. Furthermore the Mob Museum was across the road from our luxury hotel and given my obsession of Boardwalk Empire and The Godfather, ...
... starboard side thinking that would be the least sunny if our neighbors raised their window shades. As it turned out, there was no one in three of the middle rows when we were loaded and ready for take-off. Philip slipped across the aisle to one of the empty seats to give us both more leg room. He laid down across two seats for a short nap soon after take-off and no one bothered him. I see that others have spread ...
... de Neri Church, which was built in 1793. During our New Mexico life we used to bring visitors down and eat at La Placitas. The buildings were the original construction with white-washed adobe and the shops were full of souvenirs, candy shops and a few jewelry/pottery shops.
In the 30+ years since I last visited the buildings have been repaired or rebuilt with new stucco in earthen tones and more high-end shops. We enjoyed wandering ...
... of peppers than you can imagine, cactus leaves, yucca, tomatillos, weird roots and fuzzy fruits that I've never even heard of. It's the star wars bar of produce markets!
Laurie starts buying peppers they didn't have at the other place while I find custard filled baked goods. Laurie loads up on green chiles (frozen as they are out of season), mexican spearmint tea that she has taken a liking to this trip, cinnamon crisps (tortillas with cinnamon ...