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... themed. It's a really beautiful place with a good vibe.
As we passed a courtyard we noticed a restaurant with an outside area, so we went in. La Placita was a Mexican restaurant. We were immediately served nachos with home made salsa whilst we waited for our drinks. Mark tucked in and immediately commented on how "******* hot" it was. Mark had a chicken and beef fajita platter and I have grilled chicken with Mexican style chips (squared ...
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July 5, Saturday
Great to reconnect with friends and fellow rv'ers Wayne and Drena Welty. They came down to their Albuquerque home from the cool shadows of their Taos cabin so we could visit a bit. We picked them up at their house in early evening to drive up to the base of the Sandia Tram to have a Mexican food dinner. ...
... read the times of operation correctly... No iconic Route 66 diner for breakfast for us today... Dag nabit young Nista!
So then it was on to the American International Rattlesnake Museum. The museum held much promise. Located downtown, in a very cute and reasonable shopping district (they had rubber tomahawks in a couple of stores... and ninja swords). ...
... great place that they ban photos inside the market! I became familiar with it when we visited Heather here a few years ago........and have not forgotten it!
Pro's has an amazing panaderia (bakery), a butcher shop like the last place, a street food market with picnic tables to eat off of, an amazing salsa bar, canned goods and dry goods you've never heard of but want to buy them all, and a produce section that can be matched by no one. Avocados, ...
Driven to day: 299 km
Driven to date: 5024 km
We drove from Tucumcari to Albuquerque today, and what a drive. The scenery was desert scrubland at the beginning, then changed to desert forest as we started climbing and climbing. We eventually reached 7139 feet and then started descending into the Albuquerque valley, about 6500 feet. The views from some of the peaks were incredible. As if that wasn't enough ...