Days Inn Albuquerque Airport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1501 Sunport Place, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87106, United States
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque Airport - Univ Area
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Petroglyph, Sandia & Day Tours

by TravillionRex

Thinking of seeing the Petroglyph Monument and was wondering if there's public transport that stops near the entrance and can I just waltz in? Also, is Sandia Peak easy to just walk from the Tram and putz around? Finally, does anyone know of any day tours from Albuquerque to Acoma or El Morro (can't really find any)?

Re: Petroglyph, Sandia & Day Tours

by AlbuqRay

The ABQ RIDE map shows a commuter bus that goes by the Petroglyph visitors center, but the times might not be right. You can call them at 505-243-7433. Be aware though that many, if not most, of the petroglyphs are not close to the visitors center. Sandia Peak is a pretty easy walk from the Tram along the Crest Trail, but the views are just as good from the restaurant. I don't know of any day tours to Acoma Sky City or El Morro. El Morro is off the beaten path and don't expect any tours to go there. However, you might call the Sky City Hotel/Casino (1-888-SKY-CITY) and see if they run a shuttle to the Sky City visitors center from the hotel, which is ~12 miles away.

Travel Tips for Albuquerque

General map

by smoox

The old town can easily be seen - and, in fact, must be seen - on foot. The Old Town is a quaint little quarter, lovingly restored, featuring all kinds of shops. On the north side there is a museum dealing with dinosaurs´ times...

They Call it the Desert Because It's Dry

by MountainLaurel

Sunscreen--you will burn.
Water--you may not realize how quickly you can get dehydrated. Also, you may want to buy sunglasses if you don't already have them. My first week in Albuquerque, I got a headache every day in the afternoon. I eventually figured out that being from the Northeast, I just wasn't used to the higher voltage of sunshine.

Truth or Consequences

by naplesnate

Then name of the town derives from a television contest in the 80's that offered its name to any city in the US and lucky us, what is now T or C won...yeppeee.
The redeeming factor are its hot springs.
Located about 2.5 hours south of ABQ on I-25, T or C has several places that offer natural hot spring baths. There are a ton of hotels and restaurants to go with the small bath house 'resorts' but once you're able to relax in one for an hour or so its all worth it, especially because they cost close to nothing.

Eat at a Pharmacy!

by Hopkid about Duran Central Pharmacy

Located not far from Old Town on old Route 66, the Duran Central Pharmacy has a lunch counter and dining room that serves up great New Mexican fare and homemade tortillas. On my visit I sat at the counter and was served by a most friendly and witty waitress who made me feel like a regular. I ordered the green chili cheeseburger (sans cheese so I could better taste the chilis…and yes, they have a mild spiciness) and a chocolate shake. A big thumbs up to both! As I was at the counter I could see them prepare a lot of the food and the New Mexican dishes looked very tempting and smelled heavenly. CASH ONLY!

Oh yeah, they also have a well-stocked pharmacy with besides the prescription drugs it also carries everything from greeting cards to cosmetics. Green chili burger

The Range Cafe in Bernalillo...

by Marti_Reed

The Range Cafe in Bernalillo (the north valley). Great food, great art, great energy, great deserts, great wait staff, and, best of all, the best gift shop around!
I love the art! The place is full of really wonderful art. It spills over into the food and the gift shop. Polenta with Portabella mushroom sauce.


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Address: 1501 Sunport Place, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87106, United States