Hyatt Place Uptown Albuquerque

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6901 Arvada North East, (former AmeriSuites), Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87110, United States
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Visiting with no car

by bobbistarwinde

What are your suggestions for places to visit for someone who has no car and relies on public transport? Are there many places of attraction that are easy to get to? Also, I would like any recommendations of anyone's favourite places to visit, acommodation and eating, as I am a student so need to keep costs to a minimum.


Re: Visiting with no car

by craic

the husband visited Montgomery alabama a few years ago and found NO VISIBLE PUBLIC TRANSPORT

he was using taxis and walking - no one else was walking - some towns in america don't have public transport

Re: Visiting with no car

by AlbuqRay

Kirsty, I am not sure what Montgomery, Alabama, has to do with Albuquerque. Maybe that answer got posted in the wrong forum. Albuquerque does have bus service and the Railrunner train to Santa Fe; however, to really see things you do need a car. Take a look at previous questions in this forum by Babzz and Southyrngirl. I think the answers may help you. You did not say when you were visiting, but if I am in town maybe I can show you around some.

Re: Visiting with no car

by rocknet

Hi, ...
There is some place you can visited by public transportation, its cheaper than you rent a car. you can visit many attraction place alone but you have to know about the route before.

i offering you to come here. I am in Sumedang west java Indonesia. I am opening English school for children and adult, also Eco tourism in my place. You can meet with more friendly people here, cultures, and enjoy your holiday here. There is waterfall, rice fields, tea plantation.
for homestay is free for you, but not for foods and local transportation. you can bring your own food or order directly for Indonesia foods to the restaurant.
if you are interesting, please contact and ask free to E-mail : or
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Re: Visiting with no car

by isay25

u can go to philippines.... i am goingto philippines next week and stay there for i month... coz im going to attend for fietival

Re: Visiting with no car

by dmac733

Hi Kirsty

I suppose you posted to come to Albuquerque not sure what the other post are about. We have a great bus system here as you will see, I posted the rapid ride. Best to stay somewhere on Central Ave. and near Downtown or Old town. The bus runs every 20 min and plenty to do in Downtown and Old town area. Both are near Bio park and museum's. The Rapid ride will also take you to UNM and Nob Hill for shopping and great places to eat. Good Luck

Re: Visiting with no car

by Cruiseone2003

I read your question and then stumbled on this gem on public transportation:

It has links to many of the bus routes within albuquerque including a downtown loop and service from the airport to the alvarado train station (downtown) and tips for getting to other tourist attractions.

Hope this helps.

Travel Tips for Albuquerque

Bring a smile, curiousity, and some good shoes

by november-nights

When visiting Albuquerque a must see place is Old Town, even though many think it's a "tourist trap". But actually it isn't as bad as many may think. So bring a smile, inquistive mind, some good walking shoes to see all the jewelry, clothing, native art shops, museums, and historical sights maybe even feel a presence from people from years past.
Here in the Land of Manana (tomorrow) mostly everyone is laid back so bring patience also. Prices are actually fair and well I just trust the pueblo and Navojos that are selling their art on the sidewalk and the jewelry shops. Its cheaper in Albuquerque than in Santa Fe also. From the larger shops to the tiny shops you will defiantly find something for someone, even if its just history or facts from one of the more knowledgable clerks.
When your stomach is running empty from all the sight-seeing try stopping by one of Old Town's many restaurants, cafes, and bakeries. Church Street Cafe, off Church Street, is the most recomended New Mexican cuisine stop. Rolling in the Dough Bakery, hidden in Plaza Don Luis, has wonderful sandwiches with bakery bread and try their peach turnovers. Then Romero House, off of Romero St., has good burgers, hotdogs and even veggie burgers. Then there's Red Rock Cafe, they have good Chai tea. I spent only a day there in Old Town but I missed so much of it, like the Secret Chapel and some of the museums. But even though I did not see the entire place, it is stellar. My first stop in Old Town was a shop on the corner of South Plaza and Romero st. and it was a jewelry and indian art shop, cute. But that shop continued on and on and I met Dianna, a red-headed knowledgable lady that knew a lot about the Pendleton rugs. Then she had several other of her co-workers show me around their shop which is actually said to be haunted. Supposedly the larger part of the store (filled with more typical gifty items) was a patio and there are raingutters still to show it was. Well, many of the employees have felt a presence. One night the manager and a clerk were closing the shop and as they were cleaning the two heard someone running down the aisles with heels but it sounded like a smaller lady they claim. This shop has big wagon wheels up from with chile ristras hanging up front.
Then there are supposedly ghosts that roam about old town, which I was totally fascinated by the history. Just stop by the information center and they tell you so much!


by VeronicaG

Torquoise jewelry has become identified with the Southwest. You find it everywhere!

It 's a highly prized gemstone with great cultural significance in the American Southwest.

The blue torquoise is referred to as "Father Sky' by Native Americans, while the greener stones symbolize "Mother Earth".

Most of us just appreciate the beauty it adds to a stylish piece of silver jewelry. See my shopping tip for the best place to find this souvenir of the Southwest.

For more information on this stone and the customs surrounding it, read Torquoise Unearthed by Joe Dan Lowry

Does Albuquerque Have a Serial Killer?

by bdougherty

Albuquerque once again fell under the national spotlight when it came to light that multiple bodies have been buried in what was once a remote, desert location in the southwest corner of the city.
A person from the adjoining housing development recently stumbled upon what appeared to be a human leg bone while walking her dog. The police were summoned in and quickly discovered a human skeleton, followed by another and another. Within a couple of weeks the investigation turned up 13 bodies, including that of a fetus of one of the pregnant victims. Only two of the bodies have been identified - those of two women who were known to frequent nearby Central Avenue as prostitutes.
With the crime scene in full view of surrounding two-story homes from a number of recent developments, many questions are surfacing. Who are the women? Are they somehow connected to one another? When were the bodies placed there? Over what period of time? Are there more and, if so, how many and where? Many neighbors are concerned that their new homes may have been built on top of other grave sites.
The investigation continues although hindered somewhat by seasonal sandstorms - information appears to be in short supply as the locla news bureaus have nothing new to report since the end of February when the number of bodies shot to the current thirteen. It has been reported that the bodies were likley buried in 2004 and 2005 before the fill was placed on top of them in preparation for building homes.

Great New Mexican Food and Beer

by MatthewMetcalfe about Chama River Brewing Company

Chama River is a brew pub that serves a variety of food including New Mexican Fare. It's one of the larger brew-pubs I've been to. They had a total of 10 different beers on tap during our visit (6 regular and 4 seasonal).

The Restaurant is casual and the service was great. Most of the beers were outstanding and there is something for everyone since they offer a wide variety.

The Stout and Pale Ales were among the best in my opinion. I opened with a Wings Appetizer that had a dry rub on them. I'd never had them with a Dry-rub before and it was awesome. I could have ordered two of these and made a meal out of it.
To accompany this I ordered their Chili with Red Chiles and large chunks of sirloin steak. The Chile was great as well and had a nice kick to it but it was hard to follow the wings. The Red Chile had me sweating but it didn't burn the tongue like a lot of really hot food does. It was nice to get the spicy kick without the pain...

Great Espresso Shakes!

by Hopkid about Model Pharmacy

One of two pharmacy lunch counters in ABQ, the Model Pharmacy is part lunch counter, part coffee bar, and part ice cream fountain. They serve up a variety of sandwiches, ice cream, and shakes. On my visit to the counter I ordered the corned beef on rye which came with bread toasted and thin slices of warm, fresh corned beef. I washed that down with a glass of water and the best vanilla espresso shake. Yum! If you need a prescription filled, drop it off when you arrive and pick it up after eating!

And if you don't have room after your sandwich, get some peach or cherry cobbler to go! It's fresh baked each day! Espresso shake (chocolate would be preferrable but since they were out of chocolate, I had the vanilla and it was still yummy!), peach/cherry cobbler


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 Hyatt Place Uptown Albuquerque

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Address: 6901 Arvada North East, (former AmeriSuites), Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87110, United States