Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Albuquerque West
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... above me. I pulled over instantly to take pictures. The whole thing wouldn't fit in 1 picture...but it's going over 4 lanes of highways right. This was so symbolic to me because when I set out on my trip on June 9th I saw a rainbow in Nevada...and to now see it at the tail end of my trip...I again feel mom is with ...
... with Maggie. It was so wonderful sharing part of our journey with them! We are really glad Sherri was able to take the time to drive down and let us meet our new great-niece! Baby Stephie and Lee seemed to have a great time during our New Mexico adventures. We went to the Albuquerque Biological Park and the Aquarium. Both kids were so well behaved, especially considering what a long day we ...
... and was a much more pleasant route pulling the camper than the interstate. We loved the fact the road was practically deserted and wound its way through the Hopi and Navajo lands. The great views along the way reminded us a lot of the Badlands. We stopped at a trading post and got arrowheads for the boys and mutton and homemade cheese. All through the approximately 7 hours of driving the children did well and most of the time was spent on school ...
... called Ugly pies. I had apple pie with ice cream. It was delicious. We then crossed over into New Mexico. Our next stop was Glenrio. This is a ghost town of what once had over 1000 people but now there's only 1... Roxanne! Not much there really though. We then stopped off at the New Mexico information point before heading on to Tucumcari where theres some wonderful old route 66 buildings, cafes, motels etc including the ...
... but the botanical gardens are the real attraction. The first thing you come to when entering is the Children's Fantasy Garden, where big people get to feel like little (very little) people. We wandered through gigantic flower pots, hoses, flowers, vegetables, mazes and even an ant and spider sitting on his spider web. It only took us about 10 minutes of coercion to get Kaitlyn to sit on the ant for a picture. There was also a dragonfly garden and ...