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- Free parking
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... drove about 3 miles away from the highway and stopped to take some photos on what was a very deserted roadway. We then made the 3 1/2 hour drive to Albuquerque as the sun set over the beautiful New Mexico mesas. We ate at Sadie's, a great authentic New Mexican restaurant, then went to Sandia Peak Inn Motel, our hotel for the evening. ...
... top. You look over the entire city if Albuquerque and for mikes and miles out into the desert. It really is a fantastic ride but quite cold at the top Then drive in to the motel and spent the next hour arguing with our motel owner about the room they had checked us into. The bottom line was they were cross that we had booked early and got a cheaper rate during the Balloon Fiesta and so had ...
... lead to us talking about the crocodile Dundee movie in the car, ie what would they think if you placed them in the middle of New York or something similar)
We were both quite tired after our crazy hike in the Grand Canyon. Looked forward to a good sleep.
The following day was spent mostly in the car travelling through New Mexico toward Albuquerque. On the way through we stopped in Los Alamos. It's the town that created the single most horrific bomb ...
... yard. Yet again we were disappointed as we found no evidence of said display at the address stated - maybe the city made him clean it up!! The third and final search was the original Microsoft headquarters. We did find the address - an empty building currently up for lease - so there is a great chance for someone to start up a tourist enterprise here - just get some old Microsoft gear and away you go!! We then headed 20+ miles out of town to a ...
... of us.
As one pilot approached the guide (called a zebra because of their black & white attire) directed the pilot “take it over the black truck and we’ll walk you in from there.”
The pilot responded, “I don’t want to land by the truck, take me to the other (inflated) balloon. He’ll act as my pillow.”
Enjoy the pictures but no pictures or words can replace the experience.