Downtown Historic Bed & Breakfasts of Albuquerque
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... had blessed us with today. We came across an entry for old town and just as we did (and stopped to take some photos) a large number of strangely dressed (all in red dresses, men and women) people came rushing along, just beside us. I guess it was some sort of fundraiser or challenge, but whatever it was it certainly offered a harliarious and unexpected extra to the day ! The kids started off in the Candy Store before we made our way down the gorgeous and quaint ...
... the storm ended and he went into his bed. I’m hoping he’ll start getting used to it. If not it’ll be an interesting summer!!
Today we split into boys and girls sightseeing adventures. Pete and Harlan went to Camping World and then Unser’s Racing Museum. Judy and I drove to Old Town Albuquerque. Albuquerque was founded in 1706. Originally built around a square, as the town grew, buildings were constructed to surround ...
... Albuquerque's better neighborhoods...but it has some of the old motels and old signs. The other night, there was one I wanted, but people and hookers were all over the place and headed our way. Tonight, I was ready to pop out, get a quick pic, and get back out. We pulled up in lot across a side street that had a wood fence. Laurie was wondering where all the hookers were I was talking about so I pointed out four of them along the fence in the shadows. ...
... the other and then ended on the black. Amazing!
All the time in the background I could here the punching machine, I cant stand them if I'm honest, but these lads were hooked.
Eventually they left except for the lad who held the 792 record. Paul decided to have a go, his first go he missed it and got 187, his second go he hit it and scored 802, breaking the record on only his second go, the other lads werent happy. They even tried later to beat it but Pauls ...
... It's not worth trying to see the Gila Cliff Dwellings in the rain. The next stop I had planned involves more hiking in the desert, which I wouldn't want to do in the rain either. The stop after that is also outdoors.
I gave up on the outdoor activities and headed for Albuquerque where I can go to a museum.