Downtown Historic Bed & Breakfasts of Albuquerque
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... One of the comedians beckoned us in, so we obliged and sat at the bar with a drink and watched 4 of the comedians. Troy was funny, he was the one who beckoned us in and Andrew wasn't to bad either. The other two struggled and lost themselves in their stand up routines. We escaped to find food, finding a lovely Italian restaurant, but Andy wasn't interested, so crossed over to the other side of the street in order to walk up the other side of Central avenue. we went ...
... of Spain, which is also called Madrid. For anyone who is arty, this is a great town to stop in as there are many art, photography and sculpture shops all the way through. Unfortunately, if you wanted to be able to buy any of the pieces, you would have to have a considerable amount of money at your disposal, but it was still very fun to look around the different stores. As it was particularly hot ...
... to get an appreciation of nature and conservation and preservation.
We took three hikes in the park and saw some wonderful examples of petroglyphs.
Day 329 - The Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuquerque. The kids love dinosaurs, especially Trent the 7year old. He was definitely in his element here. Lars enjoyed that but was more interested in the science exhibits, so it worked out well for both.
... br> We lost an hour going from Arizona to New Mexico with the time zone change and it wasn't until almost 7:30 PM local time that we got into our campsite. It's a nice one (2nd try) and Suzanne whipped up a nice leftover dinner of chickpeas with a garlic yogurt sauce, salad and a few hot dogs.
Tomorrow we'll head to Mass and spend the day doing some reprovisioning at Whole Foods and Walmart. Hopefully we'll get some touring of Albuquerque in too.
I came to Albuquerque on Sunday, September 29, and have stayed in Diane's, my old Zion classmate, house since. She has a nice guest room, which is pretty much the only room in her house not undergoing renovation. While I've been here, Jim has worked on the roof, and it's almost finished. While I'm writing the blog, he's up there drilling the final holes for ...