InTown Suites Albuquerque
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... By the time I was outside to take a picture, there were ten in sight. It was not the ABQ Hot Air Balloon Festival, but it was neat to see.
Before leaving the city, we drove to the nearby Petroglyph National Monument. The black basalt boulders from volcanic eruptions here were used by the early ancestors 2000 to 3000 years ago. Jim and Clare climbed the rock, often narrow cliffs in Boca Negra Canyon in search ...
First day of the trip we are at Albuquerque Sunport. Our first meal we ate was two Quiznos Subs each $5.95 USD ($11.90). We took a plane from Albuquerque Sunport (ABQ) at 10:55 AM where we arrived at Dallas International Airport (DFW) at 1:35 PM. We had a 55 minute layover in Dallas. We left from Dallas at 2:30PM and arrived at Jacksonville airport (JAX) at ...
... hand on his gun and said "what are you digging around there for sir??" In quite a stern voice. Mark and I in unison said "the driving licence". I think at that point he just resigned his thoughts to that he just reckoned we were dumb brits who couldn't drive around really bendy mountains (like duh!), and continued to give us an education the dangers of crossing the line whist we went into default tourist mode and just smiled and nod at him!! I really wanted ...
... are pretty big, though, and my plan was to drive to the famed Sandia Crest after dinner.
Originally, I was just going to grab subs and head up the mountain, but Michelle wanted to follow Brigitte’s advice and eat some Mexican food. We found a little out-of-the-way place called El Modelo when we checked into the hotel in Rio Rancho.
The place was packed with people, and the activity in the massive open kitchen in back ...
... absolutely stunning. The Canyon Loop Trail begins at the parking lot, but changes rather quickly when it enters a narrow slot canyon that has been sculpted by wind and water over the centuries. It was an enjoyable hike, with a steep climb toward the end that resulted in spectacular views of the lower canyon and a number of "Hoodoos". Please look at all the photos to get a better idea of what we experienced. We've ...