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Avoiding a Breaking Bad Withdrawal in Albuquerque
ALBUQUERQUE, NM – This fall, the riveting TV show Breaking Bad Show has come to an end and left viewers wanting more. Fans around the world developed an addiction to the show and may now be seeking a cure to help recover from this “Breaking Bad withdrawal.” A visit to Breaking Bad hometown Albuquerque may be the best remedy to help recover from the ending of the show. The remedies to cure this withdrawal may be anything from Breaking Bad themed tasty treats, a visit to popular sites from the show or a visit to take in the Albuquerque scenery.
Step 1: Book a custom Breaking Bad hotel package for one or more nights deluxe accommodations in a well-appointed room at Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town, Nativo Lodge or the Courtyard by Mariott in Albuquerque. Custom Breaking Bad themed gift bags are given during the stay. Bags include discount coupon card, Breaking Bad candy from The Candy Lady, “Bathing Bad” bath salts, stickers, postcards and more.
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Step 2: Pick up Breaking Bad inspired souvenirs of products and treats as you tour Albuquerque. For a tasty breakfast treat, have the Blue Sky donut from Rebel Donut inspired by Breaking Bad.
Take a city tour of Breaking Bad locations with three types of tours offered. More tours include bike tours and self-guided tours throughout the city as well.
Step 3: Schedule around a cooking class. An afternoon visit to Great Face and Body will allow you to learn about Bathing Bad products along with a Breaking Bad Cooking Class, a Los Pollos Hermanos product line and more.
To discover Albuquerque’s Breaking Bad products and experiences, stayed tuned through the tourism website at www.ItsATrip.org/BreakingBad.
The mission of the Visit Albuquerque is to stimulate economic growth by marketing Albuquerque as a visitor and convention destination. For information, call 505.842.9918, visit www.ItsATrip.org, Facebook www.facebook.com/visitABQ or Twitter http://twitter.com/visitABQ.