Quality Inn University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... around. Max did some push-ups in the middle of the road, and I took some video. It was completely empty, and was a highlight of the day. We entered Albuquerque after a great sunset, and had a fantastic authentic Mexican dinner at a place called Sadie's (Thanks to Julianne for the tip to check it out). Tomorrow is the highly anticipated drive through Arizona.
... wonderland for kiddies. We chose the drive in movie room for dinner and so had the drive in experience while we ate. Then it was off to the game and ride area. I think they liked the indoor bumper cars the best out of everything there. They canceled the balloon launch the following morning but we are hoping to get to see it on the way back ...
... a game where she announced things she saw. Most of the route was a 2-lane highway, giving me plenty of practice in passing. No speeding tickets.
Didn't have much energy left for Albuquerque - simply went to Lotaburger for dinner (they're everywhere) - ...
... Ground: Art in New Mexico. The fourth African American Art. The fifth Artisanship of Mexican Equestrian Culture. A sixth is being renovated.
The collection comes from the early European explorers back to 1540. In 1880, the railroad came to Albuquerque and the town began to grow. In 1902 the Alvarado Hotel was built next to the train station. (Sadly it was raised in the 1970's. Many Hollywood stars stayed in this ...
... 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 ...