Motel 6 Albuquerque - Coors Road

6015 Iliff Road Northwest, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87121, United States | Motel
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This motel, located in the Los Volcanes area of Albuquerque, is near Albuquerque Biological Park, Rio Grande Botanic Garden, Albuquerque Aquarium, and West Mesa.
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    Travel Blogs from Albuquerque

    Mountains to Plains

    A travel blog entry by robno1065 on Jul 01, 2014

    15 photos

    ... arty type of place, we spent some time in the down town area and then returned to the bikes to head for Albuquerque.
    Carl tried to engage first gear, and nothing. The inner spline on the shift shaft was stripped, so my attempts to get him going failed. We hand shifted him into second gear and we made a slow trip to Santa Fe Harley Davidson. Without hesitation the dealership set about the task of getting the problem ...

    Adapt. Improvise. Overcome.

    A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 26, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... then on old route 66 for 25 miles, then back on the interstate for 10 miles.....etc. I also realized that a lot of route 66 had NOTHING on it....it's just open road. The buildings, especially the ones left, have some distance between them.

    Some areas have buildings that I'd like to photograph, but no place to pull off. Not much we can do about that...so we keep going. We get closer to Albuquerque and our studies tell us that taking ...

    Drove me redneck crazy

    A travel blog entry by catrandune on Oct 07, 2013

    18 photos

    ... Dives. I want to say it was the first of those three terms, but it looks a little more like the third. That said, the food was great. Duck enchilada for Randy and a stuffed poblano pepper (called Chiles Rellenos) for me. Just the right amount of spice (enough to make me sweat a little) and tons of flavour. As leave the "diner" I think to myself, I hope black beans and New Mexican food doesn't mean we'll be heating the trailer with natural gas ...

    Let the second adventure begin!

    A travel blog entry by georgestrick on Aug 16, 2013

    1 photo

    ... real United States! The backdrop was desert with massive pillars of rock (see photos when I get back), with excavated villages set up by the Chaco people in a massive valley. They lived in multi story blocks and circular huts which looked like they could have come from Italy! After that, we got back in the car and are currently driving down route 44 on our way to the Grand Canyon: very excited! Loads of pictures to follow :-D ...

    ALBURQUERQUE TO THE PAINTED DESERT

    A travel blog entry by usacoasttocoast on Oct 23, 2012

    68 photos

    ... the Painted Desert Inn, that had been built by another gang of the CCC, the same as in Palo Duro Canyon. This was actually situated right on the old route 66, it was so atmospheric, brilliant. Every corner you turned in this National Park meant another change of terrain, breathtaking. Eventually we made it through and back on our way to our camp ground, as we exited we came to the dreaded gate check. We pulled to a stop by the rangers hut ...