La Quinta Inn & Suites Albuquerque Midtown
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We traveled into New Mexico last night. It was late so I didn't get to see how pretty the scenery was until the next day. The following morning, we drove through New Mexico. Absolutely breathtaking!!! Wherever you looked you saw mountains, rock formations, open land, snow capped mountain peaks... It was amazing. We visited the National Petrified …
... Incidentally, the museum has no information about the Soviet atomic espionage that took place in New Mexico. Klaus Fuchs, Ted Hall, and David Greenglass provided ample information to their KGB couriers during 1944-45 about the bombs being developed at Los Alamos. The Soviet plutonium bomb that was exploded in August 1949 was an exact copy of 'Fat Man'. Why this strange omission in the museum's otherwise exhaustive displays? But in ...
... a morning with just my parents, and even better spending it in The House of The Lord.
Saturday, my mom spent the morning hiking with a friend in the mountains, and the rest of us headed to The Range for some REAL Mexican cooking. I have been waiting patiently for 6 years to come back and have their Huevos Rancheros for breakfast. A delicious mix of tortillas, potatoes, eggs, beans and chilies (red or green...I had both), and when I say chilies, ...
... Albuquerque, founded in 1706, has a small, historic, old town area with architecture similar to that found in Santa Fe. As with most places in the state, there's a very Mexican feel to it and we wandered around the streets for a while before having an ice cream.
The city is overlooked by the towering Sandia mountains and what used to be the world's longest cable car (it's ...
... railway depot. Downtown was full of the most fabulous murals including one to commemorate the Code Talkers - some 400 Navajos used by the US Marines during World War II to beat Japanese code breakers because their language is one of extreme complexity.
The jewel of Gallup is the El Rancho Hotel and Motel. We stopped there for lunch. It boasts the "Charm of Yesterday and the Convenience of Tomorrow" and has a two storey lobby that defies description. All of the guest rooms ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center