Inn At Paradise

10035 Country Club Ln NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87114-4238, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque

We are About Lobo'd Out!

A travel blog entry by edellis903

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... great, spent a lot of time going over things to see close to Old Town, pointed out good (and not good) places to eat. We toured the Chapel on the old town Square, visited Tourist Information, and just walked around. Tomorrow, we will do more sightseeing. Unfortunately, we are still hassled by the damn panhandlers. We must look like easy marks, but it is getting ridiculous. Jane tells them we don't carry cash. ...

A gentleman of the press comes to visit

A travel blog entry by ritaluther

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... should be more careful in the future and not eat big portions, but I survived the ordeal.
The next day, Tuesday, my cracked front windowshield was replaced. Meanwhile Diane and I went to see the movie 'Jobs' about Steve Jobs (1955-2011), the founder of Apple Computer. Both of us liked it and can heartily recommend it to anyone interested in focused, passionate, hard-driven personae who left this earth a very different place. Jobs had ...

Generations

A travel blog entry by sharileane

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... s been there before. This is an amazing zoo!! Most of the animals are right up close where you can get a good view, and there were even baby giraffes, rhinoceroses, and elephants. The chimps were in rare form so we didn't stay there long. If anyone has been to an open chimp exhibit you know they tend to throw things...icky things :( The polar bear was in rare form as well, I just barely missed getting a picture of him diving off a 10 foot ledge into ...

Happy Birthday Dom

A travel blog entry by 9lives

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... attractions that we wanted to see so we did not have to double back. My favourite was the corner of Kinsley and Second Streets referenced in the Eagles' song "Take It Easy". It was complete with a bronze statue, a mural of a girl in a flatbed Ford and a real flatbed Ford. We also found La Posada Hotel, a masterpiece created in 1928 by architect Mary Colter and restored in the late 1990s. Unfortunately it backs onto the railway. Indeed the railway parallels much of Route 66. We have ...

Tinkertown Museum & Sandia Crest

A travel blog entry by ranlo

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... br> Crest Road (165) to get back since it was too late in the day to continue up the Turquoise Trail.
The road is dirt and very rocky and bumpy. Could only drive about 1/2 mile per hour; took us half an hour to drive the dirt part. A really pretty drive with the all the color in the trees and the mountain ...

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Location

This inn, located in the Ventana Ranch area of Albuquerque, is near Petroglyph National Monument, Four Hills Country Club, Corrales Bosque, and Rio Rancho Country Club.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good