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Best things to do in Albuquerque

Cable Car
“The Sandia Peak Tramway is an aerial tramway located adjacent to Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. It stretches from the northeast edge of the city to the crestline of the Sandia Mountains and has the world's third longest single span. It is the longest aerial tram in the United States.”
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Bekleidungsgeschäft
“Old Town is Albuquerque's humble beginnings. If you want to get a feel for Albuquerque's Spanish Settlement history, Old Town is a wonderful place to begin. ”
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Zoo
“The local zoo often hosts fun events, especially during Christmas where the lights are incredible. Acquarium next door.”
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Neighborhood
“Nob Hill is a stretch of the iconic Route 66 packed with brewpubs, taquerias, pizzerias and local boutique shops. You can catch a retro inspired theater screening limited release, international & art house flick at the Guild Cinema. check their website for showtime. ”
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Brauerei
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“Marble has great beer and a couple of wine selections. They have both indoor and outdoor seating with a new rooftop deck with beautiful views of the mountain. There's usually a food truck outside and it can get pretty busy Thursday - Saturday, especially if there's a band playing on the outdoor stage. ”
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Museum
“Be sure to check out the permanent exhibit, Only in Albuquerque. Museum is free on Sundays from 9am - 1pm. ”
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Science Museum
“Explora is an innovative learning place, part science center, part children's museum, providing fun, hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering, art, and math for all ages, from toddlers to teens to adults. They have an early childhood learning area, including a special area for toddlers to explore. Children and adults can enjoy two main floors of exhibit activities, and outdoor decks with views, giant building blocks, playground patio.”
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Mexikanisches Restaurant
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“The ambiance at El Pinto is spectacular and it's only a short walk away. I highly recommend the red chile ribs! The sopapillas with honey are a local staple, enjoy a margarita or two to wash it all down. ”
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State / Provincial Park
“The Bosque is beautiful the visitors center is informative and the trails wind around beneath very old cottonwoods to the Rio Grande.”
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Restaurant
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“Down to earth counter serve restaurant offering homestyle Southwestern fare since 1971. *make sure you try a hot sweet roll*”
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Park
“Botanical Garden + Aquarium. If you want to make a whole day of it you can take the train from the Zoo to the Gardens! ”
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Science Museum
“This is an amazing museum with a Dynamax theater, cafe and wonderful gift shop. Tiguex park is across the street for jogging, walking and exercise path.”
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History Museum
“New Mexico is home to 21 different tribal nations. Here's a good place to learn a little more about each.”
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Historische Stätte
“From the historic San Felipe de Neri church to cute little shops and restaurants... There's plenty to do. I'd recommend checking out the city website for upcoming events: https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/historic-old-town/”
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Mexikanisches Restaurant
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“Cocina Azul is known for their New Mexico cuisine. If you really want to get a taste of New Mexico, this is it. Walk two blocks north to Mountain Rd. Head west to 12 st. You will find it on the corner. Mountain Rd. is over 300 yrs. old and was the main route from Old Town to the Sandia Mountains. ”
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Amerikanisches Restaurant
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“Albuquerque tradition located across from the University of New Mexico, serving great breakfasts, burritos, burgers, roasted green chile, homemade flour tortillas, fresh squeezed orange juice, and the famous Frontier Sweet Roll. $$ - $$$”
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