Travelodge Albuquerque Midtown
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As we left 285 north and began the finishing touches to the trip from Roswell to Albuquerque, we wondered where we would pass thru the mountains in the distance. To see mountains again after 3 days of the Great Plains or whatever they are called, kinda gave us a warm and fuzzy ...
... the stars and planets, was really good with loads of information, there was a guy telling us information about what we were looking at at first, think he had a breathing problem because I could hear it over the microphone. Then the show started going wrong for him as the projectors failed 3 times, sorted it eventually and found it good.
Got some information about the Mars Rover that drives about on Mars. Apparently the guy who designed it worked at the Albuquerque ...
... time for gas near Springer. The store had several old time cars. I pointed one out to the girls saying we needed to travel Rt 66 in the car and they looked disappointed and showed me the car didn't have a back seat. Oops! We'll have to find another one! But that's another trip for another time. I'm thankful this adventure went well and that we had lots of family time creating lots of memories.
... feet across was carved into this once-flat rocky plain of AZ.
This area, which was ruled NOT a meteor base from its first sighting in 1886 by a sheepherder; remained 'free pickens' to anyone in the area until the US Government declared it 'de facto' meteor-created terrain in 1927! Then, on the verge of the economic collapse of The Great Depression, the US government granted a ...
... the wide floodplain twice as we searched for accommodation for the night and finally ended up near the University, east of Hwy 25. We had time to quickly explore the Old Town first settled in 1706 and home to the 300 year old San Felipe de Neri church adjacent to the Plaza. We caught up with Dom to wish him Happy Birthday and discovered that Heather has a dreadful cold. Dinner was at the St. Clair Bistro with live jazz accompaniment. The St. Clair winery is New Mexico's largest - who ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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