Econo Lodge Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Downtown Albuquerque
We were just passing through so this economic hotel was perfect; all the appropriate amenities and for warmer weather, a pool. Breakfast was included, check out 11am and the conversation with Bobby at Front Desk a bonus.
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... for the next few days...</u></i></b> 9:30am (MT): Albuquerque, New Mexico. We stopped by the hotel to see if we could check in early due to having clothes in bags for the next few days. The hotel had two rooms ready for us and we checked in early. <b><i><u>Shopping for Deals in Old Town...</u></i></b> 11:00am (MT): Albuquerque, New Mexico. After checking ...
... and thunder. So we exited the freeway to reset the satnav on the tablet (the satnav is called"Here").
Tonight's motel is in Central Ave (used to be Route 66). Too wet to walk far - so we went to the diner next door. Tonight I had salmon on a very interesting succotash, washed down with a margarita.
I took over 50 photos - hard to choose which ones to publish!
... One of the comedians beckoned us in, so we obliged and sat at the bar with a drink and watched 4 of the comedians. Troy was funny, he was the one who beckoned us in and Andrew wasn't to bad either. The other two struggled and lost themselves in their stand up routines. We escaped to find food, finding a lovely Italian restaurant, but Andy wasn't interested, so crossed over to the other side of the street in order to walk up the other side of Central avenue. we went ...
... so plentiful in this place!
There were two other "Forests", the Crystal and Jasper Forests, but they had been picked over before the park had been formed in the early 1900s. The next interesting area was "The Teepees." These are two sandstone hills that have been scoured by water and wind into the shape of two teepees. The lines in the teepees are different colored strata. The layers that ...
... leads to snow on the ground and a scorching hot sun that dries Steve's socks and pants that are liberally scattered around the car. There are several driving shots with reflected pants in them. Amateurs at photography - that's us! One thing I did learn from Steve is the oil thingies that pump it out are called Deriks - not sure of the spelling but talking of photography leads me to my obsession with trying to capture a silhouette of one with ...