Elaine's Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... are worth 1,000 words, I won’t try to describe the beauty. One experience I didn’t expect was the calming effect of the sound when pilots turned on the burners. It made puffing sounds, like someone rhythmically pressing the steam button on a huge iron.
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... airport?......Cause it can. So I can eat food with a real fork in the airport but must use a plastic butter knife....there is so very much I could say about that, but..... Apparently in this day and age some people don't know that if the automatic flush doesn't flush there is a button that makes it ...
... reading all his signs and the vast amount of memorabilia from a time gone by. Thanks to the man in the parking lot for the handful of quarters to use in the antique games and animated machines--what fun! Surprised to see an old 35-foot wooden sailboat that sailed around the world. What a unique place--most interesting $3 ...
... Pueblo and then Cochiti Pueblo. Unfortunately, they were not really places one visits, unless we just missed something. When we were planning the trip I wanted to learn more about Native American culture so I thought the pueblos would be helpful. This was despite the fact that I had read that people on the pueblos were 'unfriendly.' Sometimes I think people don't get the fact that being forced to sell one's culture in order to continue a traditional way of life ...
... hundred thousand animals….YCK, YCK!!! GROSS!!! Get the picture….Even with the air conditioner on it managed to come inside the MH. Did wonders for Gord’s asthma!!
This park is near Albuquerque, New Mexico, up in the hills. First hills we have seen for a long time after travelling through the prairies. Not mountains, but a change in scenery. ...