Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Albuquerque Airport

1921 Yale Blvd. SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87106, United States
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Albuquerque Airport
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Wedding info

by douwanna

Does anyone know any place to get married at.
Beautiful and semi to private.
We want it to be romantic and wonderful but do not have a big budget. Anyone know of any outdoor sites?

RE: Wedding info

by kymbanm

I don't have any specific venues in mind right now .... but did you know you don't need clergy to get married out here? write me on VT and I can give you more info :) Best wishes! Kymba

RE: Wedding info

by AlbuqRay

Milania, I once went to an outdoor wedding in Hidden Park. Other venues that come to mind are the Balloon Fiesta, several local wineries, Jemez valley area, and top of the tram.

RE: RE: Wedding info

by kymbanm

Great ideas Ray!

RE: Wedding info

by dmac733

Here are a few places I know. Try the Zoo.. i know that sounds funny but it is a great outdoor area. The Winery in the North Valley on Chavez Road.. Call UNM they have an outdoor area where couples have outdoor weddings, Call or look up on the web site for the Park and Rec... The Botanical Gardens has a place just for outdoor weddings that has beautiful vines and white roses... Thats just a few I know of Im sure there are many more ohhhh the Sandia Peak. Maybe even on the tramway... LOL Congrads and lots of luck.. make sure we get pictures Dave

RE: Wedding info

by prometheus

Check out Cienega picnic area on the way to Sandia peak. It's only about 30 min from central albuquerque.

Travel Tips for Albuquerque


by AlbuqRay

The custom of marking the site of a death on the highway has deep roots in the Hispanic culture of the Southwest, where these memorials are often referred to as Descansos, "resting places". Traditionally, Descansos were memorials erected at the places where the funeral procession paused to rest on the journey between the church and the cemetery. The association thus created among the road, the interrupted journey, and death as a destination, eventually found expression in the practice of similarly marking the location of fatal accidents on the highway. Descanos are sad in some respects but also moving in their love for the departed. One only needs to look at these (and other) pictures to see examples of how true this is. Everyone should honor and respect these sites. Although we seem to notice descanos mostly on rural highways, they are found in cities too. See KymbaNM's site for much more information.

Albuquerque to santa FE

by angel6

Why drive the boring old interstate highway to get from Albuquerque to Santa Fe?
Go the back roads for a much more enjoyable trip. Take the Bernalillo exit to Rte 44 then hang a right at Jemez. then follow signs to Los Alamos (a destination of it's own) and follow signs to Santa Fe. Or, the well known Turquoise Trail along the East face of the Sandia Mountains.

Alvarado Transportation Center

by JamesABQ

In the center of the city, in downtown, sits the Alvarado Transportation Center. This newly built structure will serve as the hub for transportation in Albuquerque. Here, people will be able to catch the city bus, or perhaps a taxi. Greyhound, wich currently sits across the street from the center, will also move in and operate from there in the future. Amtrak also makes stops here and will have an office in the center when the second phase of the project is built. When Light Rail is up and running in the city, the rail will operate from and make stops at the center. Many bike racks are located here for bike riders to park their bikes while they attend to business in downtown. Built to look like the old Alvarado train station and hotel, the Alvarado Transportaion Center will serve almost all forms of transportation in and out of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Excellent breakfast

by naplesnate about Cecilia's

Cecilia's is a great place to check if you're downtown and don't want to give in to subway or thos other nonsense restaurants that have names that are too hard to pronounce like winershnzeldontdoititmightkillyou.
If you're up for some hot red chili, here's a plate to step up to. They will be more than happy to serve yo some milk with your smothered red chili carne adovada.
Price is good too, can't go wrong with this place. Breakfast combo is fantastic and not all of their food is piping hot spicy sweat like you just played a forty minute basketball game.

Grilled to perfection!

by kymbanm about El Taco Tote

El Taco Tote is a family franchise from Cuidad Juarez in Mexico. No it's not New Mexican cuisine, but it IS Mexican and deliecious!

The menu and decor are simple. There's a wall menu in the entrance that has pictures and descriptions. This is basically a carneceria style grill with chicken, pork, top sirloin and beef being grilled right out in the open kitchen ... then cut up into chunks for the orders. The platters come with a side of frijoles/beans, arroz/rice, corn or flour tortillas and full access to the salsa bar. The salsa bar is the BEST! Regional favorites have been added: roasted chiles, pickled onions, pico de gallo, guacamole salsa, limes, and things I couldn't identify with out the legend above the sneeze guard.

Warm tortilla chips are to the side of salsa station and next to the drink station. I have yet to try their deserts, as I leave waaaay to full to even contemplate THAT addition, but they look yummy! Another menu item I need to try are the baked potatoes that are smothered in the meat of your choice :)

Prices are moderate. I've had cheaper. I've had more expensive. But I haven't had anything this great tasting in a while!


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Address: 1921 Yale Blvd. SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87106, United States