Sandia Peak Inn Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Sandia Peak Inn Motel Albuquerque
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Today we left Tulsa about 9:00 am. Breakfast was served at the hotel and we drove through the rest of Oklahoma with the only worry being what we were going to listen to next on Spotify. We then snagged lunch at Subway somewhere just inside of Texas so we could push through to New Mexico. It was interesting to see the landscape of North Texas (and I …
... more excited at perusing the museum than I was the casinos.
The downtown area also had numerous casinos and fast food joints which were all lit up and splendid. I assumed that it wouldn't be quite as magical as the Las Vegas strip, but it was exciting and atmospheric and despite the late hour of our arrival, it was still buzzing with activity. In addition to the mob museum there was also numerous bars over the road from our hotel, including a small dive bar which seemed ...
... little town called Holbrook.
took us off the main interstate highways onto some minor roads which were just
wonderful to drive on and not have heaps of big trucks and lots of traffic
belting along at 70 75 mph. It never
ceases to amaze me how much open space you encounter while driving through this
country. Australia has around 23
million people in total while here there is ...
... that his finger just keeps slipping onto the volume button on the steering wheel. Lets be honest, the louder the radio, the better I sing, so keep it up. The drive from Flagstaff to Albuquerque, although uneventful, is beautiful. I can't believe how many changes in the landscape there are- red rocks, boulders, black lava rock. And it's different from one side of the road to the other. We pull into Albuquerque late afternoon. Hook up is getting easier ...
... what is Navajo tribal land. We even forwent the part that could be reached in our RV because, at this stage of the trip, we couldn't face the prospect of all that fine red sand getting into everything. Instead, we stuck to the highway; but we did see some stunning sights. The sand is more orange than red - very much like Sosousvlei, Namibia, in fact - but the buttes! The weird weather-sculpted shape of them makes ...