La Quinta Inn & Suites Albuquerque West
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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... GO LEEDS!! After a fun morning of failing at the cup song and banter with UNM's equivalent to Nightline, we went to the Pueblo Indian Culture Centre to watch a pow-wow. Apparently it wasn't a real pow-wow, but the music and dancing was incredible! The museum in the centre was also really interesting, and was a nice way to tie together all the Native American sites we'd seen on ...
... no gas station. We only had 16 Km's left and were pretty sure we couldn't make it to the next larger town. We got off the highway holding our breath and our fingers crossed and were very happy to see a small gas bar. When Bruce went in to pay he told the lady our story and she laughed saying tons of people do run out of gas in this area. Seems like a great business opportunity to us! Anyone want to ...
... and twinkle far below. Even the moon made an appearance! The food was just average, but the atmosphere and experience were not to be missed! After dinner we came down on the tram in the dark, with a view of the city lights and that was also very cool. A perfect way to cap off a wonderful vacation. And as I sit here writing this, I am listening to the wind howl. A dust storm kicked up sometime during the evening, so on our drive home we ...
... out for feeding time. Our first stop in the zoo was the flamingos (Karen's favorite) numerous amounts of adorable monkeys, zebras, giraffes, prairie dogs (Kaylyn's favorite because they would dig in the shade and plop down like Jersey), lions, cheetahs, fish, birds and countless other types of animals (no pigs for Bre though :-( ). We tried to get some good pictures but it was tough with the shade and the fences. After the zoo we bid farewell to Jill and headed out to Flagstaff! ...
... tickets on short notice, so we went to a matinee production of Charlotte's Web. The show was fun to watch and a cool way to experience a local event.
Between the theater and our car was the San Felipe de Neri Church, built in 1706 and rebuilt in 1793 and is still in operation today. We stopped to take pictures from the outside and made a quiet walk through the sanctuary.
With the rotation of musicians ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking