Rodeway Inn East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Today we traveled from Tulsa Oklahoma to Albuquerque New Mexico. The long drive through Oklahoma went smoothly, but it wasn't until we entered Texas that we truly felt like we were in the west. The landscape was even more empty than Upland, Indiana. We stopped at a place called Russell's to rest and then drove on a side road out away from the highway. A few miles out, we stopped the car and got out ...
... They also have a chapel for the truck drivers that we thought was really cool. Once we got into town we checked into the Nativo Lodge. The way the hotel is decorated makes it worth staying there. They also have a hookah Tee Pee set up outside the pool area, which was sorta unique. Once we got all settled in we went to ITZ for dinner. It is ...
Started the day in Pratt, KS - driving through Kansas, Oklahoma (panhandle), Texas, and New Mexico. Long day. Scenery unimpressive until ABQ. Played a game called "places I get better cell reception than my mom's house in southeast Iowa" - short version: everywhere. My ...
... that you need to spend at least half a day in to do it justice. There are paintings dating back to the 15th Century. Tapestries dating to the 1300's. Furniture from the 15th Century. Along with furniture, pottery, silver, sculptures, and many other items to see. Within the gallery are 6 separate galleries. The first houses art in the Spanish American home from 1492-1898. The second is Albuquerque along the Rio Grande. The ...
... the top for a wonderful view. Fortunately we made it just in time as it started to rain up there. I was able to snap some good pics and we hiked an hour back down. We also made a day trip up the Sandia Mountains to the crest. At the top you get a 360 view of Albuquerque and miles of northern New Mexico. It was breathtaking. We hiked almost an hour from the crest to where the tram takes people up and down the mountain if you are not driving. We hiked back and I ...