La Quinta Inn & Suites Albuquerque Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... to run through the rain to get. We didn't stay to eat them but instead headed back to our Hotel, the Residence Inn, to rest up.
By this time my parents and Shaunette had arrived to Albuquerque and were in the hotel tired after their long drive from Arlington. They will be joining us on our journey but started a day later than us. We talked them into joining us for a trip for dinner to The Cube, a BBQ place that was featured ...
... such surroundings.
As we left, the lady had us each ring the bronze bell, which made some kind of cosmic bargain that we would return to Santa Fe one day.
After that we hopped the shuttle to the central plaza, where we checked out local traders and mr Asher checked out the Santa Fe Museum of history, by sneaking in the back door. This museum houses artifacts from the earliest days to the turning of the 20th century. Well worth sneaking in. After that ...
... was faulty. In the morning we also found out the breakfast was not as good as some other Homewoods and comparable properties we’ve stayed at (no waffle maker, no sugar- only sugar substitute, and paper plates/plastic cutlery).
On Saturday we left the hotel about 8:30am and drove to the University of New Mexico to see the campus. Then we drove up and down the old Rte 66 to try to view some of the historic structures that still stand. Many of the buildings have ...
Time to say goodbye. It was a short visit but very special. We loaded up the cars, took our last pictures and said our goodbyes to my sister. We then headed to my niece's house to spend a little bit more time with her and the baby and said our goodbyes there as well. Goodbye's always make me sad.
It was good that we had planned to eat at the German Restaurant in Colorado Springs (Edelweiss) as it gave ...
The Visitors' Centre is an interesting building; in the 50's it was bought by Dr Sophie Aberle and her husband; she was an anthropologist who studied Puebloan women and improved medical practices for them as a result of her studies. She lived to be over 100 years old.
It is shameful (for want of a better word - maybe criminal?) that the wheels of the gravy-train are entwined with those of politics, ensuring that the integrity of sacred sites such as ...