Quality Inn University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... travel plaza, where they gave us a guidebook about NM, and I also found the 2015 KOA catalog, for free, which will be very helpful when we plan our lodging in the more northern areas on our route, when it isn't 103 degrees, and it's more fun to camp.
The on road scenery was much different than the scenery in TX. In TX there was a lot of flat farmland, grassy knolls, and cows. In NM, it starts to get more hilly and rocky. Justin said ...
... edge of the field. Participating balloonists launch from a site a mile away and then approach the field, trying to accomplish a handful of goals. By far the hardest is the ring toss where each balloon is given one ring before launch. Watching them try to get close made it obvious how difficult it is to manuever a giant balloon exactly where you want it to go and not where the wind wants to take it. Such skill! Balloonists then must navigate their ...
... Within minutes, we are being pelted by pea sized hail and it's getting worse by the second. Pouring hail around us, thunder and lightning make for a great fast paced walk back to the lodge,call the while playing up to the kids how much fun this is so they don't panic. I mean, we are at the highest point in the area during a lightning storm. Great! The hail already hurt a bit but I was nervous that it might grow ...
... mid-1850's. Adjacent to the Square is the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History. There is a very interesting display of modern sculptures located on the museum grounds. We've included a few photos from the church, Old Town structures, as well as the sculptures.
Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, Albuquerque, New Mexico is a National Monument administered by the Bureau of Land Management. The ...
Sonja gave us some ideas of things to see in the Albuquerque area while we are here. It is very helpful to have someone that has lived in an area give feedback on activities and "must see" places. We packed a picnic and headed toward the Albuquerque volcanoes, in Petroglyph National Monument. George was so excited about the possibilities, I imagined flowing lava. ...