Downtown Historic Bed & Breakfasts of Albuquerque
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Hot tub
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... Vegas when you have a bag of crisps?
After finishing the bag I still had another four hours to wait. We decided to have a wander around the small town of San Bernardino in order to seek food, and found ourselves sitting in a strange and deserted fast food restaurant. Despite the warm weather and the impressive hills beyond the city, it was somewhat of a ghost town. Very few people walked the streets and the only folk we came across were an alcohol anonymous group ...
... Listening to the musical quality of the Italian language
· Private driver who took us to Herculaneum, Vesuvius, and Pompeii
· The gorgeous color of the water in the Blue Grotto
· Friendliness and eagerness to help of the local guides and Galactic people
· The TV station paid for most everything
· Hitting over ten thousand steps a day on the Fitbit without even trying very ...
Today we left Texas and cross into New Mexico Just before we crossed into New Mexico we hit the half way point across Route 66 at a place called Adrian at the Midpoint cafe half way was 1,119 miles. we went to Cadillac Ranch, where the owner buried 7 cars nose first in the ground. ...
... the stores as mr Asher explained about Kachinas, small dolls representing the pueblo indian religious dancers... I think I still know what a mudhead and a Kochar are.
I managed to stay awake on the train ride home, and after we arrived back at our host's home, Sam and I went in search of a geocache hidden literally across the road from the house... I like easy finds.
Again we chatted and spun stories until the sun was well off Sandia Mountains.
... that you need to spend at least half a day in to do it justice. There are paintings dating back to the 15th Century. Tapestries dating to the 1300's. Furniture from the 15th Century. Along with furniture, pottery, silver, sculptures, and many other items to see. Within the gallery are 6 separate galleries. The first houses art in the Spanish American home from 1492-1898. The second is Albuquerque along the Rio Grande. The ...