Rodeway Inn Midtown

2108 Menaul Blvd., N.E., Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87107, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Netherwood Park area of Albuquerque, is near La Mision de San Ignacio, Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, Rio Grande Valley, and New Mexico Symphony Orchestra.
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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque

Sightseeing around Arizona

A travel blog entry by meghannphillips on Jul 22, 2014

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... able to hike a trail that lead right to the bottom of the volcano, however, the trails that lead up to the top have been closed due to the damage to the land it was causing. There are still lava flows from the eruption that have cooled into hard rocks that we were able to walk on - it was quite surreal!
We then made our way up to the Wupatki National Monument, which is home to pueblos (a settlement used by ...

Up, Up and Up

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Oct 30, 2013

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... the day, we decided to ride the world’s longest aerial tram, on the east side of Albuquerque, a ride that took us up the side of a mountain to its crest at 10,378 feet. Up there the temperature was 0 degrees Celsius, it was snowing a bit, and the wind was howling. We could see for miles over the Rio Grande River basin, over the city of Albuquerque to the west and over Santa Fe to the east. The panoramic views were ...

Life is Delicate

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Jul 28, 2013

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... rock wall behind the parking lot, there was a long, brilliant blue-tinged streak in the rock. It was unexpected and very pretty. We kept moving forward and finally made it to the top! Here, we turned around to admire both our progress, as well as the incredible view. It is impossible to describe the beauty of the desert scenery, and the pictures barely do it justice. As we watched, two young guys came running up the sloped slick rock. We looked ...

Day 59 - Los Alamos and Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by springramble on May 08, 2013

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... we went on the world's longest tram ride up to Sandia Peak , which is over 10, 000 feet high. We rode the tram, which took about 15 minutes, walked around at the peak, had dinner at the restaurant at the top, waited for sunset to take some great pictures, then took the tram down again. Did we ever feel the effects of the altitude! What an experience. ...

Tepees, Arrows, and Sunlight

A travel blog entry by juliannamarjane on Jan 19, 2013

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... We saw a 40 foot or so metal tepee that was a store on our way and a couple large arrows that I'm sure were made to kill giants.

Anywho, we arrived in the city of Albuquerque with plenty of daylight left (something we had not been able to achieve so far on our trip) and managed to make it to the farm that we were staying at with Kelly and her mother, Vicky. We had utterly delicious Enchiladas Verde and then played pool and ping pong. Altogether, I quite relaxing night.
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