La Quinta Inn Albuquerque Northeast
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... anal suspicion that is rumoured to plague the major American airport. We had our fingers scanned, passport stamped and sped on through to the baggage claim. The speed we had just travelled at didn't was really made redundant here as we had to wait for our bags to be unloaded. This is the only airport I have ever been to where my bags aren't automatically just out through to my next flight; surprising for such a supposedly superior and advanced world airport. After ...
Soon after leaving Roswell, the colour and contour of the landscape started to change, from pale beige and light greens to what I can only describe as Marlboro Country. You might remember the billboards. Driving through, it reminded me of a postcard I have in my desk, of a cowboy being thrown off a horse into a cloud of dust, with the words "It's not how many times you get thrown, it's how many times you ...
Those of you with a long memory will recall that I posted a blog with the above headline on June 28. I was in Washburne, North Dakota, when Michael Johnson, editor of the local Leader-News, came to interview me, while I was enjoying my stay in the city park overlooking the Missouri River. He wrote an article, which was published in a subsequent issue of the paper. Recently I (finally) requested a copy of the article, and he immediately sent it ...
... a thick plastic name cuff ... Driver said no, but another passenger gave him a dollar to ride. A long hot walk from the bus stop and I arrived at a large pueblo house ( 1940s style ) and met Claire older English textile designer. Later after getting some food on foot (nearly a mile there and back ) realised I was the only person actually walking along an 8-lane highway - everyone else was in a vehicle.. ...
... all and along the way we passed about six pueblos with casinos right off the highway. Some had RV parks and the others, one could stay overnight in the parking lot. Once we got into Albuquerque, we headed south for about ten miles to the Isleta Pueblo and stayed at their campground. The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is right up the street from the park which I reviewed below.
Glad we decided to drive straight here because ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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