Sandia Peak Inn Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSandia Peak Inn Motel Albuquerque
$78 for 3, nicely appointed rooms, friendly staff and use of a laundry right on Route 66. However, breakfast was meager and the promised internet just did not happen. I would stay here again though - perhaps I was just grumpy. Loved the Kokopellis....
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... lead! We watched Americas got talent and exchanged travelling stories. Most couch surfers seem to be experienced travellers so definitely have a story to tell! Kevin has travelled pretty extensively and was really enthusiastic about Japan (mum and dad take note) and the Phillipenes (mostly because they have cheap booze apparently!). His girlfriend, Maddie arrived later and after discussing our travel plans, she told us about a festival in Salida which was near the next ...
... feeds the ski area, but not enough snow anywhere out west, so the ski areas are really suffering. Met Debbie and Francis (Mom), who own a seafood restaurant in Nags Head, NC, I think called Austin's. They have driven across country. After that, lunch at Chili's, then off to Old Town to find our B&B. The Bottger Mansion is a great place, just a block off Central Ave., the old Route 66. The hosts, Kathy and ...
... as shots taken from the cowboy movies, where I used to drool over the plains where they rode their horses. Travelling from Santa Rosa in New Mexico to Albuquerque we incurred very high winds and a sand storm, then rain. We are staying here as the worlds biggest balloon Fiesta is taking place. I have added a couple of photo's taken from a distance, but will take more once we are in. Final couple of photo's from a museum of how to make ...
... the whole rear end to tremble (bouncing up and down). We stopped in the city of Tucumcari to see what options we had, but unfortunately the closest place that could repair his motorcycle was in Albuquerque; 160+/- miles away. The motorcycle was ride-able but needless to say it was not the most comfortable ride and he had to do so at speeds not exceeding 60mph in a 75mph speed limit road, which was not ideal considering ...