Knights Inn Albuquerque
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The divided hwy really didn't offer any better scenery than the interstate does, especially that section of Texas.
We stopped at a rest stop so the guys could stretch their legs, and so Nick could run the car for a few minutes (recommended in the car manual). Oops, dead battery. And no jumper cables. 104 degrees outside! A kind trucker lent us his cables and Nick was able to get the car started. Just to ...
... up on the freeway, so had to go one exit and turn around and then find the way back. It was approximately 11:30pm by the time we made it to the hotel and were assigned room 403.
We booked a 2 bedroom suite, so 2 bedrooms separated by a living room and small efficiency kitchen. The hotel was okay, but some of the reviews are right on that said some things were not really in good repair. Shower grout was chipping, a lamp didn’t work and the television in my room had ...
... again its a great testament to the people that they care so much and are so committed to try and save this part of American history for future generations. The sad thing is that our generation is quite possibly the last that will have any recollection and/ or appreciation of the significance of this route. Possible the Pixar movies will prolong it for a bit but whether the little towns along the way that ave now been bypassed can survive, only time will tell. Santa Rosa ...
... say, it has been a whirlwind! I can't believe we are leaving Albuquerque in just a few days, it feels like just yesterday we arrived. Albuquerque has been an awesome city to us, and the people we've known here are going to be so very missed! Hopefully though, through this blog, we'll keep in touch just a bit better :) ...
... feet across was carved into this once-flat rocky plain of AZ.
This area, which was ruled NOT a meteor base from its first sighting in 1886 by a sheepherder; remained 'free pickens' to anyone in the area until the US Government declared it 'de facto' meteor-created terrain in 1927! Then, on the verge of the economic collapse of The Great Depression, the US government granted a ...