Ramada Albuquerque East
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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we made it to our New Mexico stop. plus side, a cool restaurant in the parking lot of the hotel I found. minus side, we just had to switch rooms( after already unpacking a couple hours ago and putting Rhett to sleep) because of a bunch of dogs in kennels in the courtyard outside of our window. they all keep barking real loud. so, we got a room …
... gas and it costed 46.50. now we are off again. now we are in Gallup, NM. Here we stopped filled up on gas which costed 34.5, and we ate more of the food from our ice chest. Now we just arrived to our final stop of the day. Now we are at Albuquerque, NM. Just like the day before we filled up before we went to bed. and that costed 26.00. Today we traveled 574.87 miles. ...
... entered was the children's fantasy garden. It was as though you were walking underground and could see the carrots, turnips, radishes, and other root vegetables growing. You could walk through a giant pumpkin, and the seeds were 'hanging' from the ceiling. There were mazes to walk through, and lots of secret places in the garden. Then you came out to a garden where there were lots of model trains running. ...
... br> As the evening progressed, we all sat on the deck yakking as the sun turned the Sandia mountains behind the house a gorgeous watermelon colour. Upon reflection perhaps that's why they are called the Sandia mountains?
In fact we chatted well past the sunset, and it was close to midnight by the time we all crawled off to bed. A long and good day done.
... We drove to Santa Fe and drove around the area looking at houses before driving back to Cerrillos Rd to look for a certain brand of jeans I wanted at the Boot Barn. While there we grabbed a quick lunch at Burger King before heading back to the historic area of Santa Fe. We then drove back to the historic area and checked into our hotel, La Fonda. It was hard to find the best place to enter the hotel and unload luggage, as the main front door was blocked by cars and the ...