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Albuquerque areas question (along Central)

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We'll stay for 2 more nights after a week with a group. We will not have a car, please don't suggest. I am only asking which area is better/safer, not for a hotel name. We are not late night people.

From what I understand, the best bus traffic is along Central street, this may be the best for our hotel for 2 nights? Friday and Saturday nights, leaving Sunday. I am not sure what exactly we will be visiting as we want to see places/museums that the tour group will not cover.

The areas I am looking at:
1) Central and Tramway or Juan Tabo
2) Central and Golf Blvd (west of the river)
3) Old Town
4) Central and 6th Street
5) Central and 2nd Street

Which of the above is better?

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