This week, Bobby and Gailen check out the beautiful Pacific Southwest, landing in historic Albuquerque, New Mexico – a city of over half a million people situation over 5000 feet above sea level!
The city itself was originally settled in 1706 by the Spanish which you can still see present today in the local architecture. Bobby and Gailen hop on the iconic Route 66 which was one of the original cross country high ways connecting Chicago with California almost half a century before the Interstate Highway System came to fruition. Stopping in Nob Hill, you can see what Route 66 looked like in it’s prime! This was the original storyline for the now famous animated kids movie, “CARS.”
While Albuquerque is home to the University of New Mexico it’s also a picturesque city, it’s situated just West of the beautiful Sandia Mountains while the famous Rio Grande River flows though the city North to South.
If you’re an animal lover, then you’re in for a treat! Bobby and Gailen found the most amazing horse rehabilitation center. What could possibly be better? It’s attached to a Hyatt Resort property! You can head to the Pacific Southwest, stay in a resort and then play and truly connect with real horses!
If you’re planning on checking out the sites in Albuquerque, make sure to book the Albuquerque Hotel (http://www.hotelabq.com/) or the http://tamayahorserehab.com/ through Trivago.com for the lowest rates!