Days Inn Midtown Albuquerque
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... as this, but I can honestly say that at this point not even the troublesome couple could wake me from my hypnotic trance. Unfortunately we only had a short time to spend amongst such beauty for we still had to make to journey to Scotty's ridiculous castle.
It would take almost an hour to drive to the castle and as the bus meandered along the scenic and deserted roads, I listened to our guides hypnotic voice before falling into a welcome slumber. Eventually we ...
... we visited another place where we could take advantage of the perfect blue sky and sunny day. The Botanic Park was even better than the nature center, with nice trails and gardens and the best part--a pond that was busy with mallards, wood ducks, Canada geese, turtles, and dragonflies. The wood ducks were the highlight of my day! They are usually so timid, always staying close to the shore in the shade of the overhanging vegetation. These were used to people and noise and ...
... to expect from New Mexico, but I LOVED it. Albuquerque is a small city, surrounded by beautiful mountains.
We checked into are Hotel & then decided to go on a Breaking bad tour - recommended by reception. They gave us a leaflet of a local tour operator.
After reading the leaflet we realised the tour cost $75pp WOW so ...
... heavily on the whole 'historic route 66' thing, and it was certainly a touristy kind of place but it wasn't all t-shirt shops like it might have been. There were lots of cool buildings and shops owned by Native Americans; there were train tracks there with some old trains, a zip line for some reason, and several interesting restaurants and what not. The main thing that interested me was the old architecture, the hills above the town with the pines, and the cool small town vibe. ...
... br> We took Rte 77 from Show Low to Tucson. This was a very scenic drive along a winding road which included canyons, overlooks and pink and yellow cliffs. It sort of reminded me of Wyoming in some areas.
We arrived Tucson about 11:30am and ate at In N Out Burger, which is another chain we don’t have at home. We all got cheeseburgers and fries. The food was good, but not overwhelmingly so. It is a plus that all orders are made to order.
We arrived at our hotel, ...