me mention that after leaving the Oscuro Hostel, I had planned on
going to the Route 66 Hostel in Albuquerque. Well, I made it
there, but it was a little too crowded for me. It wasn't
overcrowded, just a little more crowded than I prefer. The
manager was very good about it. He gave me a refund and told
me about the Sandia Hostel located in the mountains not far from
there. Now that sounded more like my kind of place. A
little while later I was sitting on one on the big bunk beds in
front of an huge open window at the Sandia Mountain Hostel.
Route 66 Hostel in Albuquerque, NM
some information about the Rt. 66 Hostel (Photo Above)
Central Ave. SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
# (505) 247-1813
hrs.: 7:30 - 10:30am & 4--11pm
Here's my big bottom bunk right next to the huge open window--with a
cool wind blowing in! In the Sandia Mountain Hostel.
open kitchen in the Sandia Hostel
Resident burros: Chiquita & Matilda. The manager
warned me to keep my car windows closed because the burros like to
reach inside and drag out anything they can.