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Staycation Steve: A trip on the trolley

Steve Soliz
September 07, 2018 10:31 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The trolley is busy taking people around Albuquerque.


“We take people on a city tour that's about an hour and 45 minutes long. We give them a front row seat to all the great things in our city," said Michael Silva, co-founder of Albuquerque Tours & Sightseeing Factory.

Silva grew up in the Duke City. He said he wants everyone who visits Albuquerque to see what the city has to offer.

“On our best of ABQ city tour, they're cruising up Route 66, they're seeing the university, Old Town, downtown, Nob Hill,” Silva said. “We take them off the beaten path and we take them into neighborhoods so they can see how people live in the city."

Silva said there's a lot to be proud of in Albuquerque and he wants to showcase it all.

"Albuquerque is fantastic. We love it. We want you to come out and explore it and see it, local or tourist. You'll definitely learn something on the trolley,” he said.

The ABQ Trolley Company embarks on tours from Hotel Albuquerque several times a day. Click here for times and prices.


Steve Soliz

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