Four Points Albuquerque Midtown

1660 University Boulevard NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87102, United States
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Good side of town...?

by askantik

Alright, we've all been to a new place and had a bad experience because we booked online at what appeared to be a "good side of town." Or maybe just me. But anyhow, what are some neighborhoods/districts, etc. to avoid? We'll be staying just one night in Albuquerque and be coming in front the east.

Any info is greatly appreciated, and the trip will be in the first or second week of July. If you have any ideas on stuff to do or places to eat, please feel free to share that as well, but please keep in mind that we'll only be there a day, perhaps two at the most.

Thanks guys!
Cody

RE: Good side of town...?

by askantik

Here's the places that Priceline.com shows for Albuquerque:

Downtown, Midtown, Uptown, East, West, & North.

The East, Uptown, Midtown, and Downtown all hug around the New MExicgo State Fairground. The West is SE of Indian Petroglyph State Park. And North runs along I25 directly north of Midtown. Which places have bad crime rates? I'm not looking to stay in a $200 per night hotel, but something nice and where I don't have to worry about my car getting broken into!! Thanks :)

RE: RE: Good side of town...?

by kymbanm

ABQ is a patchwork of good and bad :) If you give us some addresses of potential hotels, we might be better able to help. Downtown / Old Town has good and bad, but the location is close to some of the touristy bits you might like to see on your short visit here :)

RE: RE: Good side of town...?

by prometheus

Ditto on the abq patchwork. The uptown (Indian School and Louisiana) area is as good as any for consistency. There are decent places on Menaul just EAST of I25 also. Central ave. is very spotty for lodging but has some good restaurants near the university.

Travel Tips for Albuquerque

Hiking at Sandia Crest

by jujub

There are lots of trails for hiking, and unfortunately, the visitor center does not provide any hand out maps. You can take a look at their map in the center, and decide from there which trail to take. The trail we took started behind the observatory deck, winding our ways through the mountain. The trail was unmarked and narrow, be careful.

Skiing the Sandia Mountains

by JamesABQ

There is lots of skiing and snowboarding on the mountain during winter.

SKI SEASON:
Mid-December through mid-March.

HOURS OF OPERATION:
9am to 4pm.
December 19 - January 4: Open Daily
January 7 - March 14: Wednesdays thru Sundays & Holidays Skis, Snowboards, Jacket

Fire and Ice tour .......

by kymbanm

The current itinerary for this tour is to take I40 west. ~45 minutes from albuquerque is Acoma Sky city - bypass the casino there and go to the old pueblo.

After that, continue down I40 to Milan. From there head south on Hwy 53. On this route you can visit El Mapais Nat'l Park, Ice cave/Bandera volcano, El Morro old school gallery, El Morro Nat'l Monument, Candy Kitchen Wolf Rescue, Ramah Lake, Ramah Museum, Los Gigantes, and then Zuni Pueblo.

After leaving the pueblo, take 602 north into Gallup to spend the night. The next day you can wander back the way you came to better explore the sights, or wander back towards ABQ on the next leg of the weekend tour ...

Best Native American Food

by lovemycacti about Harvest Cafe at the Pueblo Cultural Center

Located at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, this food is spicy (true to New Mexico form) and smothered in everything chile. Excellent authentic pueblo cuisine. Be sure to visit the museum, take in a dance and visit the gift shop with a picturesque view. Tiva Taco. Consists of a piece of frybread layered with a bean paste, lettuce, cheese and regular taco fixin's. Another piece of frybread is slapped on and smothered with more cheese, sour cream and your choice of chile pepper. Came with a sidedish of the most amazing blue corn french fries with ranch dressing. Not an ounce of health food to it - but a must dine destination!

The chile will knock your socks off, always ask for it on the side and use sparingly until you establish your desired taste. I thought my heart was going to jump out of my chest.

Santa Teresa

by Kodi01

This is a historical home that has special stories.

Billy the Kid drank in the bar of this restaraunt. I am not sure if it was before or after he heard the story about the home....more details to come... I had blue margaritas, great red wine and was there food..........let me get back to you.

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