Studio 6 Albuquerque North

4441 Osuna Road NE, I-25 at Osuna, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87109, United States
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questions about areas of abq (moving soon)

by astro700

hi, i'm going to be moving to abq in january and i was wondering if anyone could tell me what some of the areas are like.

what are the neighborhoods like around central ave & louisiana? gibson blvd & san pedro, and juan tabo blvd & central. are they cool, ie. things to do like shopping, cafes, movies, etc. are they semi safe?

thanks in advance

RE: questions about areas of abq (moving soon)

by prometheus

central and louisiana, known as the war zone
gibson and san pedro, some ok apartments, little shopping
juan tabo and central, shopping center apartments, but not cool

RE: RE: questions about areas of abq (moving soon)

by kymbanm

I agree w/ prometheus on this one :) I would avoid Louisiana and Central like the plague ....... really!
If you want a neighborhood for walking to cafes and shops, I'd recommend the area near the University. There is a lot of diversity in that region .... varying from the 'student ghetto' to faculty like neighborhoods ..... in adds, the areas would be called 'University Area', Nob Hill, and Ridgecrest. Whatever you decide, go for a month to month at first to be sure you like the area .... that way if you don't like it, you can easily get out of that rental and move to another ;)

Good luck w/ your move, and hope to meet you about town someday.

RE: RE: questions about areas of abq (moving soon)

by astro700

Thank you both for saving me some trouble. no wonder rent around central & louisiana is so cheap! unfortunately i won't be able to visit before i move so your advice is much appreciated. i'm now leaning toward answering some roommate adds just so i can have a spot and get a feel for the city before i decide on my own place.

j

RE: RE: questions about areas of abq (moving soon)

by kymbanm

That's actually a great idea ..... and if it doesn't work out, you simply move in a few weeks :) You'll love ABQ - eventually ..... it is the largest city in the state, but still tons smaller than DC in population, and pretty spread out :) Keep in touch w/ us as you get closer to coming on out here ... and let us know your first impressions!

Travel Tips for Albuquerque

Albuquerque Tip

by smoox

It was my first encounter with an American Christmas shop. Since we visited in August, we were quite surprised to find this kind of shop - but later we learned that quite a few towns have these shops all year round. There is one in Santa Fe, too.

Small and forgotten towns

by dmac733

Clines Coners, Encino, Willard, Estancia

If you want to make a day trip out of Albuquerque go East on I40 and make a loop threw the above towns.

After going east on I40 take the Clines Corners exit and stop at the Travel Center for some southwest shopping.

Then travel south on the road to Vaughn and Encino. Encino is a town with less than 100 people. Over the years it has become less populated, mostly becouse families no longer live on the Ranches in the area. But still Encino has one gas station and old buildings that are fun to look at. Take a walk it is very peacefull there.

Then travel West on 60 and you will pass threw lots of open land, look for wild life, you never know what you might see during your travel. Rattlesnakes, Antolope, Jack Rabbits and of course lizards and honrie toads just to name a few. The ranchers raise sheep and cattle on the land.

You will see the Salt Lakes before you enter into Willard on Hwy 60. There is a rest stop at the lakes and you can take a short hike there.
Also you can read about the Lakes.

Next town is Willard, it is much like Encino with few people living there. They have a Resturant there that services very good Mexican Food. Take the time to sit outside and feel the quit of a small town. The skies are always so nice in this part of New Mexico.

As you travel past Willared you hit a fork in the road and get to choose your way home either go threw Estancia or Mountain Air. Either way you will see some different and pretty sites.

Mountain Air is just what the name applys. It is a very pretty area with plenty to see.
http://www.mountainairchamber.com/Tourisim.htm

From Albuquerque you can make this trip in about 4 to 6 hours depending on what you stop to see during your drive.

Always take water with you when in this part of New Mexico.

From Sandia Crest you can see...

by brdwtchr

From Sandia Crest you can see all of Albuquerque spread out in front of you. My picture of the city was not such a good one for all the haze. This is another one from Sandia Crest that I liked better.

The best New Mexico food at reasonable prices

by AGBAT about Garcia's

The Huevos Rancheros are the best for breakfast, but all the food is good. There are at least three Garcia's in Albuquerque and they are all based on the original. For 40 plus years Garcia's was a local working mans mexican food joint with great flavor. Then I guess the owners kids decided to branch out. Anyway, the flavor is superb and is exactly what is meant by New Mexican style Mexican food. Huevos Rancheros with red chili, Sopapillas and flour tortilla. That is two eggs to order, on a thick flour tortilla, smothered in red chili sauce, served with beans and potatos, with tortillas or sopapillas (fried puffed bread) and honey. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMgooooodddd!!!

The Artichoke Cafe

by Kodi01 about The Artichoke Cafe

Just about everything on the menu had artichokes in it.

There was a variety of dishes American of course. Artichokes are big in California. Blue cheese steak. Yummy!

I never had it before, but it pays to try new foods. It was wonderful!

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 Studio 6 Albuquerque North

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Address: 4441 Osuna Road NE, I-25 at Osuna, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87109, United States