Econo Lodge Midtown
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... huge, but it was cool. It had a lot of character. The houses were made of stekko and although all the same style, they were different than the rest of America. I kind of felt like it was like San Pedro de Atacama in Chile. It is Christmas time here, so there was some tuba players in the main square playing the tuba. There was a pulpit type thing that had a roof on it that is similar to one that you would see in ...
... brick mansion with Tiffany windows and walk-in closets. He introduced draft horses to Albuquerque and owned one of the first farm equipment dealerships.
Now home of the La Hacienda Restaurant, much remains of the original Blueher Mansion interior.
On the westward facing external wall of the La Hacienda patio is a mural painted in the 1950s by Ted Schuyler, formerly ...
... is full of those little roadrunner birds....they choose to run instead of fly because of the crazy wind!
As we were getting the coach ready to leave this morning we noticed that the air conditioner in the cab wasn't working so the troubleshooting begins! Now mind you, we are really new at this and everyday we figure something new out about this house on wheels. So, where to you begin? Quickly, and with the best discernment I could muster I open the door and ...
... Being the paranoid type that I am, I had an extra key to her truck on my key ring. I had it copied and I bought a new carbon monoxide detector. Laurie worked the phones trying to get her phone replaced and I found a place with a Fedex box.
While Laurie was working the phones, I installed the new carbon monoxide detector (which solved the problem) and we started rolling towards a truck stop an exit west that had a fed ex drop box. We ...
... her grandkids, felt sorry for her really, she was well into the museum, he was just a grump.
After the museum we took the empty road again and started to head toward Texas, we would be stopping of at a place called Fort Stockton, a little town just of the highway. Thought we'd live it up and go for a Chinese all you can eat buffet, well I say all you can eat that was a lie. I had 2 plates and then the woman came up and them away put the bill down, she wanted shut of us ...