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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Andaluz Albuquerque
A perfect retreat after riding Route 66
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Thankfully the journey from Santa Fe to Albuquerque is only 60 miles so we had chance to stay in Santa Fe for a little while longer (we've already decided that we’d like to come back!).
We headed out to purchase a rug that had caught our eye the previous night when we had taken our initial wander around. We wanted to purchase a few …
A nice steady ride leaving Santa Fe for Albuquerque at 9.00 hrs - some 65 miles to go. A piece of cake! Being Sunday the roads were good. Sweet
Breakfast on Route 66 - yum. In a traditional diner. 10.00hrs and its packed out with locals. We went native and ate at the bar. Thats pretty cool. More steak and eggs. Even pancakes too� …
... nearly split by an awful screeching sound louder than anything I have ever heard in my whole life. I searched the bar wondering if there had been a sudden Alien invasion, and the noise was merely to unhinge us whilst they took prisoners, but it stopped suddenly and folk carried on as if not hearing it. I calmed my soul and continued to enjoy the country music before the screeching came once more, even louder than before. This time I noticed its source. The scantily clad ...
... we passed them. The tram car holds 50 people and on both the up and down trips we were filled to capacity. That's a lot of people in a small space! The ride down the mountain was after dark, making for a different kind of ride since we could not see the colorful rocks or dramatic drop to the bottom of the canyon. But we could see the BIg Dipper and some other stars and the lights of the city looked pretty in the distance.
Tomorrow we will say goodby to New Mexico.
... 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 ...