Days Inn West Albuquerque
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From Texas through to New Mexico and eventually Arizona we jumped on and off Route 66 (where it still exists). The majority of the old road has been replaced with a double lane highway the I40 which bypasses the small towns along the 'Historic Route 66' as it's known now. Most of the towns are full of old gas stations , diners and motels boarded up …
... shop Dingle berries!
When We finally toured the Museum, It was great! lots of active Snakes and everything in between. However, there was no beer there. It was all venomous animals, Andrea. We are not sampling the beers of route 66. We are gaining knowledge at various educational facilities...
With knowledge gained, we were off to Santa ...
... was faulty. In the morning we also found out the breakfast was not as good as some other Homewoods and comparable properties we’ve stayed at (no waffle maker, no sugar- only sugar substitute, and paper plates/plastic cutlery).
On Saturday we left the hotel about 8:30am and drove to the University of New Mexico to see the campus. Then we drove up and down the old Rte 66 to try to view some of the historic structures that still stand. Many of the buildings have ...
... br> Madrid--interesting little town and shops. A few scenes from the "Wild Hog" movie were filmed here.
... local stands in Santa Fe with beautiful artwork. We especially enjoyed the Loretto Chapel with the miraculous floating staircase. After a long day of walking and shopping we headed out to Albuquerque to visit with Keith's high school friend Jill. She was extremely hospitable and made us a delicious dinner, gave us a sight seeing tour (knowing Keith too well and pointing out coffee shops for him along the way) and being kind enough to let us camp out in her backyard. It was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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