Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This place was great! Beyond clean, beyond your standard inexpensive hotel, this place was delightfully decorated, large, huge bathroom, and wonderful - helpful front desk person. Would absolutely stay again, and stay longer.
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... get her flight changed. Luckily that was easy, as we just moved that flight one day forward, to Thursday.
Hmmmm, now what? All of a sudden we had an entire day and a half to spend in Albuquerque. What should we do? Mom wanted to get a hotel nearby and hole up for the day but I was not good with that plan. One more day--we should look at it like a gift and do something fun.
After booking a hotel room we once more boarded the shuttle to ...
... a narrow country road that seemed to be going into absolutely nowhere. I don't know if I can say its worth the drive or not; it was cool for sure - it's a big hole and you really tell that it was a meteor impact. It's just hard to really get the whole 'impact' of it (see what I did there?) because you're too close. The aerial photos I've seen are amazing because its a big crater in the middle of a vast flat desert. But it was cool. The whole landscape is really amazing.
... and it suddenly came to mind...altitude...how high are we? I switched the GPS to monitor the elevation and found we were approaching 7,000 feet.
We topped out at 7,108 ft. as we turned into Clines Corner for gas and lunch. After lunch, we tried to find a scenic drive along Sedillo Hill Road but we could not locate it. We continued into Albuquerque as the heat of the day and the temp of the concrete ...
... represent the clouds. These dancers evoke rain and spirits of their ancestors.
It was very interesting to hear the a member of the Pueblo Zuni discuss issues regarding loss of language and culture.He outlined that up until about 20 years ago all children and family spoke traditional language. Today many children do not speak fluent Pueblo language, however many strategies are being implemented to retain traditional language and ...
We flew to Seattle by way of Phoenix on US Air. The trip was uneventful and we arrived in Seattle on a late, sunny afternoon. We had plenty of time to drive to Woodinville and check in before our 7:30 dinner reservations.
The hotel gave us a small pour of a local wine as soon as we checked in, and they had a plate of chocolate covered strawberries in the room when ...