Super 8 Albuquerque West /Coors Blvd
Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... the car and hit the road towards Oklahoma. A few more laughs while we convoyed towards Oklahoma City. We had a **** stop at the 'Welcome to Texas sign'. We had a bush pee but there were no bushes so we got a few toots from the truckies. We stopped in Elk City since we had lost Matt and Steph and once again managed to find each other at the same Maccas! They had previously stopped for tea and locked the keys in the car so they fell behind. Once again slept at the Walmart Car Park ...
... Town (they are not that strong, which is perfect for me), my main course was the cheese enchiladas. My mother had chile Colorado and my father had seafood enchiladas. We also got a chile relleno to share. Naturally, I had fried ice cream for dessert. After dinner we looked around shops at Bazaar del Mundo.
Friday I began the day with a walk along the recreation path at the hotel and had then had the included hotel breakfast. They gave out cookies at breakfast, which ...
4:00 a.m., breakfast boxes and a bus ride to Balloon Fiesta Park for us. Temperature was 37 degrees when we left so hats, gloves and insulated long underwear were in order. After a Krispy Kreme donut in the hospitality tent, it was off to watch the morning launch. We won't bore you with words - we hope the pictures speak for themselves. It was better than advertised. We were blown away (sorry for the pun) by what we saw. Best part was being on the field ...
Beyers: Drama! We stop, hazard lights on and pull over. Did someone just run that guy over? I get out and run to see what the damage is, the guy rolling on the tarmac. Nothing. He is just ******. But it's a very dangerous place to be ******, right next to the highway. I am trying to tell this fella to get out of the road, but he doesn’t listen, and wants to befriend me, and is eventually hanging off me. He said something to ...
... street is 5 miles long - and that's just one street. On top of that everything seems to be all over the place.... The old town, down town, Nob Hill - but they are all flipping miles from each other....was exhausting trying to find things. I'm sure with more than one night we'd get better at getting our bearings! However, back to the story, after a fiasco checking in to the hotel we got talking to an ex-local who was back in town on business about where to eat, ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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