Over the past 9 months, Albuquerque New Mexico has become my home base when I’m not out traveling on the road. It is a wonderful city filled with old adobe architecture, amazing eats, and lots of out door recreation. Below are my recommendations for anyone visiting this our wonderful city. 

In the heart on Albuquerque, sits historical Old Town; built by the Spanish Colonists back in the 1700. The area is full of adobe architecture, museums, eateries, galleries, and Native vendors with their hand made good laid out and lining the street. If your heading to ABQ, this is  my #1 recommended stop. 

Church Street Cafe

The Sandia Peak Tramway is located just East of Albuquerque at the base of the Sandia mountains. The Tram travels nearly three miles up the mountains, during a 15 minute span, and once at the top offers breathtaking views of the city and the mountain scape. Tickets for th tram are $25/ per adult.

Sandia Peak Tramway
Tramway Road NEAlbuquerque, NM

If your up for a hike, the Sandia Foothills are a great choice! With over 2,500 acres of paths, and steep sloped hills, and just a 25 minute drive from the city.

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