La Quinta Inn Albuquerque Northeast
Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... take a bypass road to check out whether or not we could find a viewing point for the fireworks, but no luck. Instead, we watched the coverage on the late night news. Such party animals these days…..
Today, July 5, Wayne and Drena came into town from Taos to hang out with us until Tuesday when we leave for Santa Fe and Wayne flies out to Chicago to pick up the grandkids and bring them back for a visit. Never wanting to miss a meal, ...
... buildings -- I could easily have been back in Colombia or Mexico. The state capitol had open access and some amazing art work. In fact, if you are into art, Santa Fe has a lot of galleries in the core area and churches and supposedly the oldest house in the USA. Really neat architecture. We spent about an hour and a half wandering around. Very nice indeed. A visit to the Visitor's information prompted ...
... we visited this on a trip here several years ago. Andrea was with us...Ann do you remember doing this: Hence this is one reason for the blog....too many things to see to do reruns!
From there we continued west on I40. Very pretty drive with the desert scenery. Also a few casinos with interesting ads along the way.
We dropped off of I40 after an hour and headed south into the El Malpais National ...
... yummy soup and disgusting salad followed by yummy brownies for desert. I convinced Shannon & Sarah to come drink with me at the bar we ordered heaps of cocktails and shots and decided to do karaoke! We managed to get Leah keen on the karaoke as well and together we sang man I feel like a woman. Then me Shannon and Sarah went back to the bar for more shots while Alex sang a romantic song to us all ;). Corey started a game of kings which me, Leah, Shannon, Rachel, Anna, ...
... s been to Albuquerque has been there. (Oh yes! I just realized I quoted a price to repair our windshield. It was $37, not $7…but still a bargain.)
Originally a thriving coal and turquoise mining community in the 1850s, Madrid became a ghost town when the railroad service left in the 1950s. In the 1970s the "hippies" moved in and began transforming it into a thriving artist community. Today, with more than 250 full-time ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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