Days Inn - Albuquerque Northeast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Indoor pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn - Albuquerque Northeast
Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... after I met with her at 1:00, I carried on to Santa Fe. I ran into some rain and was pretty tired from the two days in Albuquerque, so I found a KOA and was stopped for the day by about 4:00. I spent the evening going through my photos and selecting some for this blog. I took more than 300 but have restricted myself to about 60. Hopefully you will enjoy them. It was an awesome experience for ...
... that it crosses or just one for each state?
Otherwise, there's not a whole lot to say about the drive from Holbrook to Albuquerque, New Mexico. New Mexico is beautiful. The visitor center was nice.
Since this is a travel blog I could mention that the La Quinta hotel we stayed at was decent. The desk clerk was very helpful when we needed change and detergent for the laundry. Dinner at Trombino's Bistro was also ...
... to leave as it did not feel like a place where serious business was being done. The return journey to Albuquerque was via the Turquoise Trail which was the old road linking the two cities prior to the opening of the Interstate highway. It was far more scenic and less busy too.
So we are off to Arizona next and we will possibly be the only people, on a cross USA trip visiting the state, not to be planning to see the Grand Canyon. Been there, done ...
... to build, insects to check out (and handle if you were keen) and so much more. Exhibits were both inside and outside and every child and adult there seemed to be entralled with a huge smile on their face. In the afternoon they had a scientist do cool experiments with liquid nitrogen - he deflated balloons, froze and smashed brocolli, affected bouncy balls, seperated oxygen in a test tube and lots more. It was a fun demonstration and once he had finished he took the ...
... day worked out.
Speaking of postcards, I just remembered a "teachable moment" from our time in Fort Worth. Dean was picking out postcards and thought the one with a longhorn that said "Horny in Texas" would be a good one to send to his friends. He didn't understand why we were laughing when we said no, so we quickly added some sex education to his homeschooling curriculum.
I'll leave you with that. Tomorrow we're off to Arizona.