Travelodge Albuquerque NM
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... her grandkids, felt sorry for her really, she was well into the museum, he was just a grump.
After the museum we took the empty road again and started to head toward Texas, we would be stopping of at a place called Fort Stockton, a little town just of the highway. Thought we'd live it up and go for a Chinese all you can eat buffet, well I say all you can eat that was a lie. I had 2 plates and then the woman came up and them away put the bill down, she wanted shut of us ...
... It did this off and on for pretty much the entire 3 weeks. We also took a 3 hour road trip down south to Alamogordo to visit White Sands National Park. These are miles of white sand dunes that basically formed over hundreds of year from blowing minerals that came from the water in the mountains from what I understood. The sand is so soft and white it is blinding. But it is not hot to the feet because the certain mineral it is made out of does not hold heat. So ...
... a sopaipilla (shredded chicken inside a sopaipilla bread wrap) and a combo deal (a tamale - pork wrap, and an enchilada). They were easily the biggest plates of food we have ever been presented with - for those that don't know have a look at this for an idea of the sopaipilla http://www.sadiesofnewmexico.com/stuffe d-sopaipilla-challenge. Our lovely amigos Mr and Mrs Bird had given us some spending money so it was here in Albuquerque we used it to ...
... Frog was nice. The service started out a little slow; no one seemed to see us waiting at first. Finally, a brusque young man came by and said he'd be right back with us. We never saw him again. However, a really great waitress came by to greet us and take our orders, and the service after that was great. She was well-trained. If you go, ask for Kristen's table. When ...
... the Old Mother Road were the reminants of the glory days of road trips across the States.
For three decades before and after World War II, Route 66 earned the title "Main Street of America" because it wound through small towns lined by hundreds of cafes, motels, gas stations, and tourist attractions. During the Great Depression, hundreds of thousands of farm families, displaced from the Dust Bowl, made their way ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed