Motel 6 Albuquerque North
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Santa Fe, Albuquerque NM today. It's so different & beautiful in a special way. This is destination #1. Is it my new home? Added note: I liked Santa Fe and the surrounding area. Albuquerque is nice too, but very big, very fast paced.
... we visited this on a trip here several years ago. Andrea was with us...Ann do you remember doing this: Hence this is one reason for the blog....too many things to see to do reruns!
From there we continued west on I40. Very pretty drive with the desert scenery. Also a few casinos with interesting ads along the way.
We dropped off of I40 after an hour and headed south into the El Malpais National ...
... in was scared silly. Bruce did it without blinking an eye and the boys can't wait until they're taller because they're coming back to give it a try! This museum got a "thumbs up" from everyone and the kids made a great choice!
Albuquerque has a double decker train called the Railrunner that runs from downtown into the suburbs where we were staying. We thought it would ...
... everyone and to finalise plans for the week. I have been overwhelmed with the support and assistance of everyone here in the USA and Canada who have assisted in making arrangements organising visits etc. We are looking forward to meeting everyone, the restaurant looks amazing, Church st Cafe.New Mexico here we come We arrived in Alburquerque to mid and sunny weather. We hired a car with a GPS that ...
... a handful of very small flowers and so stopped and took pictures. Every flower is worth a stop for a picture, no matter how small! Regardless of the poor weather, we enjoyed the drive and enjoyed our trip back home. It was so great to spend some family time together during this busy school year. Finals are just around the corner so I know our family time is precious. I wouldn't trade it for anything.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed