We stayed at the Nativo Lodge which is conveniently and centrally located, right off Interstate 25, close to the all the area attractions and very nice with great prices and free parking. It is rich in Native American Culture and shows it throughout the lodge.
There are more than 150 shops, filled with unique gifts, located at Historic Old Town, along with sidewalk vendors. The old historic San Felipe de Neri Church is usually open to visitors,
The Rattlesnake Museum is an exciting and educational experience for the entire family. This animal conservation museum reveals the hundreds of ways that rattlesnakes and other “less desirable” animals have influenced our lives. The Rattlesnake Museum hosts more different species than the Bronx Zoo, the Philadelphia Zoo, the National Zoo, the Denver Zoo, the San Francisco Zoo, and the San Diego Zoo, all combined!
There are many things to do in Albuquerque, like Hot Air Balloon Rides, the Rattlesnake Museum, (watch for my post on that), which was awesome by the way, Historic Old Town, (watch for my post on this also), Aquarium, Botanic Garden, Coronado HIstoric Site, Corrales Winery, the Sandia Peak Tramway, (which I really wanted to go on, but am afraid of heights) Rio Grande Zoo, and so much more.