Rodeway Inn East
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... drenched us running in. Those better be some good pies to run through the rain to get. We didn't stay to eat them but instead headed back to our Hotel, the Residence Inn, to rest up.
By this time my parents and Shaunette had arrived to Albuquerque and were in the hotel tired after their long drive from Arlington. They will be joining us on our journey but started a day later than us. We talked them into joining us for a trip ...
... anything quite like this before!
Historic Route 66, Albuquerque, New Mexico is one of the celebrated sections that remain of the historic highway. We took in a couple of the old-time eateries along the way. The RV Park where we stayed actually rented out several older trailers that were restored to capture the care-free spirit of the late 1940's-early 1950's. They were sure fun to look at each day we stayed ...
... little kids come and join them. We enjoyed the characters and really enjoyed our food! It was all very good and we were soon stuffed! Stitch came by the table again and was sneaking up on the girls and teasing them. Soon, the characters did another show. Then the characters disappeared for a bit so that gave us a chance to finish eating and also walk around and take pictures of all the decor. It's a very fun themed restaurant with lots of beach items ie ...
... the Lost Dutchman State Park. This is a state park with campsites and hiking trails leading to the Superstition Mountains. The legend that surrounds this area says that there is a very rich gold mine hidden in the southwestern United States - many believe it to be hidden in the Superstition Mountains. There are many theories on how to find the gold and to this day people continue to search for it and some have even died in the search.
... to be cautious of dust storms as they may cause zero visibility. Something else we don't see at home!
We really enjoyed the city of Albuquerque and spent some time in the old part of town going in the shops and enjoying dinner on a nice patio. There was a town square where there was a couple of guys break dancing in a gazebo. They had their tunes rocking and we sat on a bench and ...