Red Roof Inn - Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on a completely different road. After some running around and some possible illegal U turns she finally found her directions. In reality she maybe just wanted to tear around in the Camaro.
God works in mysterious ways. After Margaret’s little adventure tour, she thought it would be better if I drove her to Mass that night. She was going to a very old Church, San Felipe De Neri Catholic Church in Albuquerque ...
... looked around and talked to a few of the workers there, we went outside into the main courtyard to watch the dances. They were very interesting and I had a lot of respect for the people who were doing it as it was a very hot day and the danced for around two hours without rest. When they got to their final dance, they invited people up to dance. I didn't go up as I am an awful dancer, but Sion got up and found his inner ...
... anal suspicion that is rumoured to plague the major American airport. We had our fingers scanned, passport stamped and sped on through to the baggage claim. The speed we had just travelled at didn't was really made redundant here as we had to wait for our bags to be unloaded. This is the only airport I have ever been to where my bags aren't automatically just out through to my next flight; surprising for such a supposedly superior and advanced world airport. After ...
... includes use of the shuttle bus, guided double decker bus tour and a ride on the skyride. One of the things I like most about this zoo are all the plantings they have around as well, which makes for a nice atmosphere.
We left the zoo about 4:30pm and then drove around for a while and then went to Old Town for dinner at Casa de Reyes. This restaurant is the old Casa de Pico location. They still have the nice patio with fountain. Now some of the seating is covered too. I had ...
... take the back road, a slower route to Albuquerque called the Turquoise Trail. Well worth it-- a scenic byway which we often try to take and then a little slice of Route 66 again before entering Albuquerque. A little mining town of Cerrillos was very interesting and maybe should've wandered there a little more. If ever back in the area will also stop at Madrid-- described as a town of hippies, real ...