15 Jun 2019 - 16 Jun 2019
2 guests - 1 room
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This city is one of my favorite across the nation. The homes are different looking than any other place in the US and you’re living in a city just below a huge mountain that sits right at the edge of town. The sunsets and sunrises are incredible as you can imagine it being the land of enchantment and shopping is great too! The art and history are incredible so make sure and explore downtown as well. There’s plenty of places to stay and there’s a lot to do. You can even drive up to the top of the mountain and overlook all of abq or watch the sunrise up there. Wherever you go just remember you’re in the desert so it will get chilly at night! It’s also not a crazy expensive city.
Very nice town with some cool districts. We drove the Route 66 portion of town and it is great. Lots to see. Plenty to stop and do.
Have lived here all my life and I don't mind it.. downtown is a great place to check out.Old town is fun as well.
Surprised to see snow in this part of the world. This view from 10,000 feet above it made me want to go snowboarding or hiking.