Downtown Historic Bed & Breakfasts of Albuquerque
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We left Carlsbad Caverns and headed towards Albuquerque. We were both again, really excited because: 1. We were staying with a couch surfer so could shower (showers are amazing after 4 days of not showering) and 2. This is where Breaking Bad was filmed! We put the address of Walter White's house into the satnav and started our journey. Albuquerque is really high up and as we approached the outskirts, huge rolling hills filled with very green trees surrounded the road ...
... took one. Walked for about a half a mile along the River Loop, did see some of the "mighty Rio Grande". Not very impressive now, but I am sure during a normal spring thaw, there is a lot of water available. Don't think that will be the case this year. They had a couple of early snows, before Christmas, but almost none since. Then, we came back to Old Town to see the Natural ...
... and it's very satifying to see the result of your efforts.
Tomorrow Diane and I are going to a concert with the New Mexico Philharmonic Orchestra where a Ukrainian artist, Olga Kern, will play the piano. Diane is a lead volunteer with the 'philharmonic', and we both look forward to the concert. On Sunday I will finally leave ABQ and head for Santa Fe.
... quick ! After the trendiness of Nob Hill I took the 66 bus ( obvs runs Route 66) into downtown area to visit the 1930s Pueblo/Deco KiMo cinema ... they let me in to wander around alone but then the security guard just told me to go in and watch the movie ( Funny Girl -Barbra's finest moment) awesome interiors and great pueblo styling - I watched about 20 mins with a mixed audience of elders, umm .. gays ...
... with a metal chandelier that had been warped and twisted under the pressure of the sinking ship. A coat, pair of socks, trousers, and suspenders, nearly pristine, unfolded and arranged with the tag "Suit in the Prince of Wales pattern found in a trunk" was perhaps the highlight of strange things that survived when people did not. The exhibit wound through to the obligatory gift shop, but superstition prevented both of us from purchasing any ...