Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - North Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... our street. We discovered the different neighbourhoods and found that ALB has been used as the backdrop to so many films and series due to beneficial tax laws. Of course, Hubs was keen to see all the Breaking Bad venues and streets used but it has also been used to represent LA, New York, Munich and a whole host of American cities. The tour was outstanding, I even won a prize...how many Native American Pueblos are there in New ...
... 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 ...
... decided that we needed a bit more civilization to catch up with whats happening in the outside world and more importantly, to wash the sheets! We find all this at the American RV Park. It's off the highway and away from the city. On first glance it looks like a concrete jungle full of RV's but as we drive to our site, it goes way back and the sites and streets are all tree lined, and it is actually very nice. We have power, water, sewerage, WiFi, a laundry very ...
... everyone is heading west.
In the Grapes of Wrath there is an exchange between Casy and Tom:
"'Tom, I been watchin' the cars on the road them we passed an' them that passed us. I been keepin' track.'
'Track a what?'
'Tom, they's hundreds a families like us a'goin' west. I watched. There ain't none of em' goin' east - hundreds of em'. Did you notice that?'
'Yeah, I noticed.'
'Why - it's like - it's like they ...
... Tiger. Their human introduced himself as Jerry, and offered to give us a tour for $3 each. By then another person had pulled up and we talked her into coming with us - why are some folk so resistant?
Even before we knew his name there was a sense we were about to have an experience and maybe hear some stories. So, the four of us followed Jerry around the back where he showed us the ruins of the cliff dwellings and we learned a bit about what he was doing ...