Rodeway Inn East
Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... air conditioner won't work! What do we do? Nick and Patti, our friends and travel companions, are seasoned RVer's and Nick quickly helped us solve the issue at hand by going to the fuse panel. The knowledge of someone who has been there and done that, as with any aspect of life, is invaluable! Like I said, we are learning new things about this RV lifestyle everyday.
After we had been on the road a good while we stopped at a rest area so the boys could stretch their legs ...
... then on old route 66 for 25 miles, then back on the interstate for 10 miles.....etc. I also realized that a lot of route 66 had NOTHING on it....it's just open road. The buildings, especially the ones left, have some distance between them.
Some areas have buildings that I'd like to photograph, but no place to pull off. Not much we can do about that...so we keep going. We get closer to Albuquerque and our studies tell us that taking ...
... from....we even found one for our upcoming travels to Jordan) and the famous "morning and night glows".
Unfortunately....we only had 4 days for this trip (including travel time from the east coast). With this time frame...we would have little time to discover much outside the main attraction of the balloon festival.....but it turns out that we managed to squeeze in a few more activities in the afternoons and any spare hours we could find. One of the ...
... churches, but he slipped in and peeked through the cracks in the doors to assure me it was empty. The building was built in the 1790s, but looks relatively new and bright. Brown wooden pews led through the sanctuary to a beautiful altar of statues, unnamed but familiar men in religious clothing depicted in shiny and colorful varnish.
We ended the day traveling back to Nob Hill to have coffee at my favorite place, Limonata.
The pc that was available and also the WiFi at Sandia Peak Hotel were very frustrating. We wasted 40 minutes attempting to contact family before giving up. After a simple breakfast we took off to the Petroglyph National Monument just west of Albuquerque where we spent a very short time walking amongst the lava rocks, picking out petroglyphs before returning to the car; this is just another place I will return to as my love affair with the Southwest continues, as I'm ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking