Quality Inn and Suites of Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn and Suites of Albuquerque
The coffee pot has the wrong pot in it. We just miss so of the extras we got at Comfort inn... It was clean!
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... gas station, it took Andy a good 10 minutes to try work out how to use the old style pump. Grabbing some cold drinks to go, we shot off again down the highway I-40 west on to Santa Rosa. Santa Rosa - a must see was the blue hole; a natural clear spring water well, 81ft deep by 60ft wide. After driving thru yet another sleepy town we followed the directions, passing the Santa Rosa state park with its lake pool, thinking this was it, but instincts told us it must be ...
Before we left Holbrook today, we went back to take some pictures of a place we saw yesterday. It's the Wigwam Motel. The cabins consist of metal wigwams, with a door and 3 windows each. It strongly reminds us of the Cozy Cone Motel in the Pixar movie, "Cars." The motel dates from the heyday of Route 66, so it could have been the inspiration for the Cozy Cone Motel in the movie. To enhance the parallel, ...
We arrived at the American RV Resort for the Memorial Day Weekend. A pretty park, well kept with friendly people and they had a continental breakfast every morning. That was a first! We heard from many folks about Old Town so we spent one day walking the old streets. We even had to travel on Route 66 to get there. The stores had once been ...
Woke up early this morning and sat outside our motel eating a homemade muffin and a drinking proper cup of English tea....it really is the little things in life lol. Decided to do the Santa Fe loop as everyone had raved about it so loaded up with pancakes from Denny's we hit the road. Stopped at the blue hole in Santa Rosa which is one of the worlds deepest natural watering holes dating back to when dinosaurs ruled the world. I so wanted ...
After some deeper delving into the exact locations of the original Route 66, we decided to back track to Santa Rosa, and re-enter Albuquerque via the pre-1937 route. We drove out almost to Santa Rosa, and then took a sharp left, northwest, up the 84. This route into Albuquerque takes a lot longer, edging onto Santa Fe, and does not have the same feel as coming in on highway 40 (more mountains and trees, less mesas and ...