Staybridge Suites Albuquerque - Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... for a while. The movie was really good. <b><i><u>Shopping and Dinner and Ice Cream, oh my...</u></i></b> 5:30pm (MT): Albuquerque, New Mexico. None of us were very hungry due to the giant popcorn and drink at the movie, so we decided to go shopping for a little while at ABQ Uptown, an open air mall. We then decided to eat a McAlister's Deli and all had ...
... bacon roll & Andy the turkey burger, which was really our brunch having missed out on breakfast with our early start. We set off again at midday towards next stop Tucumcari and over the border into New Mexico. Running low on gas, we needed to get off the highway to find some petrol, but the station we pulled into was closed and burnt out. About turn back on the highway we went. There is no separate road for Route 66 along here, only in & out of the passing towns ...
I did a little work in the hotel in the morning but decided to go see Petroglyph National Monument. As with most glyph areas, this is in a set of hills of basalt, where the artists chipped off the desert varnish to make their designs. I went to the visitor center first, to ask about walks in the area. The main site consist of one bowl-shaped hill, with a few short hikes. The first of these climbs a mesa and ...
... it was fascinating to see how they had lived. We lunched at the Church Street Cafe and loved the old adobe building and decor. In the middle of the town was the oldest Church in Albuquerque ~ the beautiful San Felipe de Neri. Another day, we went to the Petroglyph National Monument and hiked the trails. We drove to look at the remains of ...
... first, I take the dog for a well deserved walk on a trail along the Rio Grande, which he gratefully splashes around in until night falls and it's too dark for me to see where I'm going (let alone see Oscar, who vanishes into the shadows at night).
Driving to Nob Hill later on for a take away pizza, I instantly recognise the Crossroads Motel as the "Crystal Palace" from Breaking Bad. ...