When you’re a hotel traveler: Where do you go to stay?

AUSTIN, Texas — For years, I’d wander around downtown Albuquerque, looking for places to stay.

There was a great hotel chain, a small strip mall and an old-school arcade that was the perfect place for a quick drink.

Then the hotel chain decided to move to downtown.

It was the biggest hotel in town, and now it’s closed.

The chain’s headquarters are in a strip mall in an industrial park, and its workers are scattered around the city.

The new hotel is next door.

When I first went there in January, I got a free breakfast and a free room with no reservation fees.

It felt like home, and it felt like I was at home, too.

I’ve stayed there four times now, and the vibe is the same: the vibe that you get in New York is different here, and in Albuquerque it feels different.

But the hotels and the casino are still the same.

“You get a free coffee, you get a beer, you pay $10 a night,” said Kevin Fong, a 24-year-old construction worker who’s lived in Albuquerque for three years.

“I’d call that a free vacation, but not here.”

Fong and other hotel workers say that the hotel workers they talk to are frustrated by the company’s decision to move downtown.

The city of Albuquerque has long been known for its low crime rate and affordable housing.

But now, the downtown area has seen an influx of illegal immigrants.

They have set up shop in strip malls, bars and restaurants and have been a problem for locals.

Some hotels have closed, and many businesses have closed as well.

One of the hotels that has closed is the hotel where I work.

But there are other hotels around town that still cater to locals and tourists, like the one I’m at right now.

The only thing that’s different is that they’ve taken over the building.

It’s the one that was on the top floor of a building that had a lot of parking.

The owners say they have no choice but to close their doors because they can no longer afford to maintain the space.

“We’re just looking for a solution,” said Jason Breslin, owner of the Albuquerque Hotel and Casino.

“This is not an economic issue.

This is an economic problem.”

A spokesman for the city says the decision to close the downtown hotel came after a number of complaints were received from employees.

He said there are no plans to relocate the hotel.

“There is no indication that the company is seeking to relocate its headquarters,” the spokesman said in a statement.

The company said that the employees at the hotel were not terminated, but that they are being reassigned to other positions at the Albuquerque Convention Center.

He says that the city has no authority to change a hotel’s occupancy laws, and that any hotel in New Mexico can have a contract with the city to maintain it’s occupancy rules.

“It is a business decision,” Bresler said.

The workers say they’re frustrated because they are the ones who will have to pay rent to stay in the hotel, pay for other hotel bills and pay for parking fees to get around the downtown.

“When I go downtown, it’s just a total loss,” said Fong.

“That’s why we’re here, because we’re getting paid the same rate.

We’re not going to go anywhere else.”

But there is one way to get a hotel closer to its original location: open the space up to tourists.

There are several options available, but the best is to open the hotel up to people.

The hotel’s owners say that’s what’s needed.

“In New York, the tourists are always coming to the hotel,” said Breslyn.

“They don’t come to Albuquerque.”

In Albuquerque, they’re not coming to see the city, but to stay at the nearby Albuquerque Museum of Art.

They also said they want to open up the hotel to visitors, to visitors who can’t make it downtown.

And, of course, they want people to use the hotel when they can, to avoid the crowds and the crowds of other hotel employees who are also trying to stay open.

The Albuquerque Museum and Art said it has also offered to help with the process, but is not offering its staff to take over their job.

“The staffs are on the payroll, but they can’t take on the full workload,” said Dan Sperling, the museum’s president and CEO.

“But they can take a few shifts a week.”

And if that’s not enough, the Albuquerque hotel workers have a few other options.

They can try to find other hotels to work at, or they can go to another hotel to look for another job.

There’s also a Facebook group where people can talk about their plans for the future of the hotel and other businesses.

But it’s hard to predict what will happen in