Friday, October 25, 2013
Top Attractions In Albuquerque, New Mexico - Part 1
Albuquerque offers one any kind of entertaining things one desires to see. Filled with history, yet as modern as any city in the world, Albuquerque offers the visitor a pleasurable experience. Here are just a few of the wonderful things to do.
The Sandia Peak Tramway promises one the most exciting and
thrilling things one can do in this fabulous city. One will cover 2.7
miles and climb to 10, 378 feet. The view is breathtaking, and it is fun
to have a hamburger while looking over an 11,000-mile panorama.
The Albuquerque Zoo offers one the following exhibits;
Africa, Amphibians, Life on a Limb, Apes, Cat Walk, Elephants, Mexican
Gray Wolves, Polar Bears, Reptile House, Australia, Seals, Sea Lions,
Tropical America and Zoo Babies. In addition, there is a Botanic Garden,
offering a tremendous selection of plants and flowers. Further, there
is an Aquarium where in the Pacific Coral Reef exhibit offers over 200
beautifully colored sea life.
The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History offers one a
remarkable array of art and artifacts from the area. In addition to the
permanent displays and exhibits, there are constant new exhibits coming
in so that the place is always current and recent. A lovely café is on
site, so it is easy to spend the day here.
The beautiful San Felipe de Neri Parish church first
established in 1706, but in the summer of 1792, the old building
collapsed during a rainstorm. The present church is built on the town
square in the shape of a cross. It contains many famous artifacts and