Downtown Historic Bed & Breakfasts of Albuquerque
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... to the hotel. On to the next day.
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... immediately liked by "Toad Road". Toad Road is a store that Heather worked for when she lived here. A few years ago we flew out to see Heather...and we flew in on Christmas day. Heather's bosses at the store (Ryan and his mom) invited us to share Christmas dinner with them at their house. We had never met these people and they were gracious enough to invite us to their home for holiday dinner.
We stopped by Toad Road to say hello to Ryan ...
... nappys or something. I was much happier giving the waitress a few extra dollars than I was to the woman last night.
Got on the cruise and headed all around the buildings, was really good, the captain explained loads about what we were seeing. We passed loads of weddings and celebrations, we passed this one girl who had one of those Gypsy Fat Wedding dresses, proper massive it was, she didn't look happy wearing it. One of the woman on our boat said it was for her ...
... time for gas near Springer. The store had several old time cars. I pointed one out to the girls saying we needed to travel Rt 66 in the car and they looked disappointed and showed me the car didn't have a back seat. Oops! We'll have to find another one! But that's another trip for another time. I'm thankful this adventure went well and that we had lots of family time creating lots of memories.
Today was a long haul ride up to Kayenta, just south of Monument Valley. We decided we'd most likely stop outside and head in very early to see a touch of the sunrise over the mounts. Will have to see how successful that is! Anyway, I managed to lose Mat on the interstate about 20minutes after leaving Albuquerque (which is mainly neon lighting and joy riding Latinos with pimped up 50s cars). As I ...