Cinnamon Morning Bed And Breakfast Albuquerque

2700 Rio Grande Blvd NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87104, United States
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by Quincy_ca

I'm moving to Albuquerque from Canada in June to do a year of training at UNM. I've read all the previous responses to people asking about relocation advice and they've been very helpful. Thank you.
I do, however, have a few additional questions. The apartments near campus, I have been told, are expensive and not well maintained because they will pretty much always be rented. Is this true? I've also read about downtown revitalization and am wondering if you would consider it a safe place to live now. I've searched on the internet and found all sorts of apartment complexes but does anybody know of another resource that lists rentals that aren't run by big property management companies. I've already tried UNM off campus housing and the Albuquerque Journal.
Thanks for all your help.

RE: Advice

by prometheus

The downtown area has some newer nice looking aparments. During the day, downtown is safe. At night, like in any larger (US) city, you need to be careful and alert. The UNM area is very spotty in terms of the quality of apartments. I would say you are probably going to get what you pay for.

RE: RE: Advice

by kymbanm

I have friends who have bought homes downtown, and they love it :) Untill you actually hit town, it's hard to refer you as those properties not run by the bigger companies are usually advertised w/ signs in the yard :)

If you are into older and funky, there are lots of choices around. New and trendy would be the newer places they built in Downtown.

Travel Tips for Albuquerque

The Ristras

by VeronicaG

One can't travel through the Southwest without spotting Ristras strewn along a roofline or colorfully accenting a country kitchen.

Ristras are a string of dried red chile, which tradition says bring good luck. Many years ago, if the farmers didn't eat them outright, they would string up the chiles with sisal or twine to cure them.

I'm told that if you want ristras to last, they can be sprayed with shellac in order to better preserve them. They can also be found in heart or wreath shapes (picture #2).

Jemez Springs Area

by AlbuqRay

The village of Jemez Springs is a short 1.5 hour drive from Albuquerque. It is in a valley made by the Jemez River but high enough that you are up in the pine trees. There are many things to do and see around Jemez Springs (see below). To get there, go north out of Albuquerque on I-25 and turn west on Highway 44 at Bernalillo. When you reach San Isidro turn north on State Highway 4. Before you reach Jemez Springs you will pass through the edge of Jemez Pueblo. You will also pass the turnoff to the Ponderosa Winery and the turnoff to the Guadalupe Gorge. In Jemez Springs, there are bed and breakfast accomodations, commercialized hot springs, a small State monument and the "historic" Los Ojos Restaurant and Bar (try the "Chile Charlie"). North of the village are Soda Dam, Battleship Rock, and the Spence hot spring. All along the highway north there are turnouts with fishing access to the river.

Rapid Transit, Albuquerque Style ....

by kymbanm

Our local transit / bus company has started a new route called Rapid Ride. This route follows Central Avenue / Old Route 66 through various neighborhoods including the west side, Old Town, downtown, the University area, Nob Hill, all the way to the Wyoming ..... a great option if you hate looking for parking or prefer to be a passenger :)

They just announced the extension of Rapid Ride services on Friday and Saturday nights until 3 a.m. from Memorial Day weekend through September. Rapid service will run every 10 minutes until 8 p.m. and then every 20 minutes between 8 p.m. and 3 a.m.

Passengers using Rapid After Dark will be able to use their monthly bus pass or pay the $1 fare.

Yummy Sammiches

by RblWthACoz about Relish

Since I am an east coast boy, I guess it might be said I am particular about my sandwiches and meats that go on it. When I walked into Relish, I went for the reuben with some hesitation. I mean hey, Albuquerque is a far ways from New York City and any other sandwich haven. All I have to say is that it was a great reuben. Toasted right with the proper amount of ingredients on it (I thought), I couldn't have asked for better. I'll be back; especially to try that chocolate sandwich.

Jackie Chan's Favorite Albuquerque Restaurant

by AlbuqRay about ChopstiX

ChopstiX took the location of Taeja's and always has had good, authentic, northern Chinese food. Their lunch specials are very good value ($5.75 - $5.95), so it is very busy for lunch. It is so busy that one server has a hard time keeping up; however, they have now hired my favorite server, Add. She happens to be Thai but nevermind. She does a great job and is super friendly while doing it. I have known her since 2001 at the Hawaiian cafe and she was at Thai Orchid for many years. Wen owns ChopstiX and also cooks.

A way to miss most of the crowds is to go in the evening. The prices are a little higher but they still reasonable, and the place is not so busy. They do a brisk carryout business, even in the evening. Gil Garduno also gives ChopstiX a good review. BTW, you can never tell who will sit next to you at ChopstiX (scroll down a bit in this blog). One favorite dish is the Twice Cooked Pork ($7.95 on the dinner menu and $5.95 as a lunch special). It is made with red chile and is very different from most twice cooked pork dishes you find. My other favorite dish is the Pickled Kohlrabi with Pork and Chives ($7.95). I just have to fish out the roasted chili peppers or some bites are too spicy. Something you cannot miss is the Sesame Shaobing. You get two large pieces of this delicious "fire roasted" bread for $2.50. I also like the Ma Po Tofu with Ground Pork ($6.95) and the Mustard with Dried Bean Curd ($6.95). It's not on the regular menu, but the onion pancake ($3.50) is delicious.


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