Microtel Inn and Suites Albuquerque West
Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... to get a night shot of Albuquerque. Unfortunately, once again with it being monsoon season, intense storms were forming off in the distance and I could not see the sunset. July and August in New Mexico is considered monsoon season. It doesn't rain much in New Mexico, but during these 2 months some pretty intense storms can drop upwards of 2 inches of rain in matter of 30 minutes. But they pass just as quickly as they approach and then it can be perfectly ...
... that the temperature of that water was usually around 85 degrees. We knew it could be quite a hike as we had read that there was some pretty good inclines on the trail. Clare went in the backpack and we were off like a herd of turtles, as Gran likes to say! The way there we were going down a lot and we were beginning to second guess our judgement as to whether or not not this was a good hike for ...
... was about the vision and purpose of education for Pueblo people. The aim was to recognise and meet unique educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indians and close the gap between level of education received by American Indians and the rest of the US population.
Tomorrow we are heading to Pueblo Acoma, whilst we leant a lot at the cultural centre, I am sure we will learn much more at the ...
... the contrast between the sky and the ground. It seemed that every building was decorated with sculptures and paintings. And a dark mountain loomed off in the distance the whole time, creating a back for the city to nestle into.
Before we left flag staff we stopped at the Petroplyph national monument, had breakfast and drank coffee. I watched as air was forced over the dark ...
... didn’t! We had to search for them, and this was not at all what I was expecting. I was disappointed that this is what we had to do, but you can’t change history or nature. My favorite petroglyph was a man in a party with a mask and bird feathers as a decoration. After this hike, we went on a shorter hike to see more petroglyphs. I ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed