Quality Inn & Suites North Albuquerque
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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... to this post, along with some taken while wandering Old Town and a few taken from the (mostly moving) trolley.
Updated: Went into the old-townish area again tonight, and ate at Vinaigrette again - I had an excellent meal there when I first passed through Albuquerque a different life ago - so I had to go back. I had the same salad as last time (French Frisee with Hibiscus Duck and soft poached egg) - this is truly the best salad I have ever eaten. I also started with ...
... five, so they left Telluride at 7:45am.
After breakfast in the vintage hotel lobby, Ben, Virginia, Cindy, and I left town at 9:10am. All of us were bundled up in everything warm we could find to wear. It was c-o-l-d!
The road south out of town was beautiful. Easy turns up and down the mountains. It was ...
... and was an easy ten minutes walk to the historic old town area which for us was just fine. The old town area is crammed full of touristy tat and artsy shops and worthy of a visit although business seemed slow which was not a surprise given the time of year. There are also a number of restaurants, the majority being Mexican, dotted around the old town too so there was no need to drive. The newer part of town centres around the railway station ...
From our overnight park at the Walmart in Albuquerque, with the fantastic view, but the poor access to free wifi.... we packed up after a fun breakfast of Yoghurt and M&M's (yep, they sell everything over here, and that is one of the breakfast items) and travelled out to the two museums we were keen to see. The first one we went to was the New Mexico Museum of History and Science. This very cool museum had in its foyer models of young dinosaurs (baby and juveniles of ...
... things to see, and routes to take.
Albuquerque has a nice botanical garden and aquarium at the Bio Park. We heard the zoo was great, but we're trying to watch our budget as we go. Dean loved the aquarium. Part of his homeschooling was to research Albuquerque since we knew it would be an early destination on our trip. Ever since he read about the aquarium (weeks before we left) he's talked about it, and he wasn't disappointed. It ...