Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - North Albuquerque
Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
Our first and only paid stay on our trip. A nice Ramada in Albuquerque and sweet continental breakfast the next morning.
... a landscape of exquisitely colourful petrified logs with patterns of blended yellows, reds, black, blue, brown, white and pink. It looked almost like they had been cut into sections by a sharp blade, instead over the years they just crack. These ancient fossils are trees that lived over 200 million year ago. Paleontologists have found dinosaur fossils here. Another pit stop at an Indian Reservation and I manage to purchase a unique Sand Painting. Then the ...
... just so unlike anything we have seen yet, the architecture and buildings, Adobe.. Not sure quite what it means yet! It's peaceful, relaxed and lovely and warm, the smell of Mexican food everywhere too! After a browse through some of the Native Indian shops we decided to hit the round and drive through the Turquoise Trail, as suggested by a Chowhounder. We stopped along this winding mountain road every now and again. To take photos and look at the scenery, some ...
... s for dinner (which was excellent!) we got back to our hotel around 10:30ish and fell asleep long before the ball dropped! It's tough getting old! Spending the night in Albuquerque New Mexico and will finally arrive in Mesa tomorrow....so ...
... Tannis and Joe on the phone and texted the boys. Today is my sister's birthday and I totally neglected calling her. I did send her a card from Filmore, CA, that one horse town I stopped at with Daniel and Danielle. Forgiveness is divine Eileen.
Tomorrow I want to visit Old Town Albuquerque then on to the Carlsbad Caverns. It's further south than I intended to travel but I might as well as see the caverns while I'm this close.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking