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... the Route 66 memorabilia on show (the main street of Albuquerque, Central Avenue, was a part of the old Route 66). On the way, we found a very groovy frozen yoghurt place called Olo’s that offered several yoghurt flavours (cookie dough? Cake batter?) with a mind-boggling array of sprinkles and accompaniments, from fizzy sweets to fresh fruit. Yummo! Chelle had a very dainty taster, while Tim (goes without saying) went for a rather ...
... for $21.21.
When we arrived in LAX in 11 h 10 min at 8:00 PM and slept in the airport until 6:00 AM when we
left on our flight to Rio Brazil.
Our flight cost $522.99 USD. We slept the whole trip.
We now have $2378 ...
Entry by Matt: On the plane from Denver to Albuquerque I had a conversation the whole way with a mechanic who grew up in Albuquerque. He lived there until he was shot at in a junkyard. The violence was becoming more prevelent in Albuquerque due to "gangs and stupid people", so he moved to the mountains in northwest New Mexico. After a lengthy discussion about the difference ...
... iPhones. We got ready and got the shuttle in to 'the Old town' but it wasn't that far we could of walked it. For the first time I hit a lovely drunk - I wasn't tired or feeling sick. We went and had dinner in Las Haciendas which was awesome. We walked around a little and had drinks at the bar of a Mexican restaurant - we got talking to the bar man and waitress(with tattoos and Mohawk-quite nice for an ...
... houses. Almost depressing to see. The only bright thing was a group of hot air balloons which appeared in the morning but why you would want to go up and look down on all that I can't begin to imagine! It apparently does have the world meeting of hot air balloons once a year so maybe that's why it ...
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