Edgewood Suites Albuquerque
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Started this morning off wearing my leather jacket and rain suite. It was 50 degrees F and foggy. I knew though that I was heading towards clear sky's and warmer weather. memories of Texas on this trip will be bitterly cold and wet. Today was a 'ride' day, I wanted to get into the warmer weather ASAP and I motored at the legal highway speed of 75 …
... our faces and then enjoy some lovely beers. Muchos Gracias Amigos! The amount of food pretty much KO'd us both and it was a sleep or walk moment - so we walked. We hit the Nob Hill area and found a fantastic bar called Kelly's - the bar was so good that even a life size bat mobile stopped by (we just weren't quick enough with the camera). In there we tried a couple of the local craft beers before continuing our walk and a long drive home! Few lime-a-Rita's before ...
The pc that was available and also the WiFi at Sandia Peak Hotel were very frustrating. We wasted 40 minutes attempting to contact family before giving up. After a simple breakfast we took off to the Petroglyph National Monument just west of Albuquerque where we spent a very short time walking amongst the lava rocks, picking out petroglyphs before returning to the car; this is just another place I will return to as my love affair with the Southwest continues, as I'm ...
... santa at all, and wasn't too happy when I turned up my nose. It reminds me of Smackos. Had a yummy mexican lunch in a lovely square with 2 guys playing guitar and singing. It was warm and sunny and we were the only ones there, priceless. From there we went to Nob Hill the quirky, trendy area. Lots of students, gays, lesbians and vintage shops, loved it!! Today we went to see Petroglyphs, they are very primative drawings on the volcanic rocks dating back ...
Today was a day of nostalgic moments, warm memories, a little sadness, a bit of disappointment; overall a great day of travel.
We left Gallup, NM around 9:15 am heading east. We seemed to have left the immediate mountains behind us and rolled through miles of flat, green sagebrush covered plains. In the far distance it was evident the mountains would loom once more as long flat plateaus hugged the horizon. As we grew closer we were sided by ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking