Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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As it turned out, I made the left hand turn, knew I couldn’t park on that road so I pulled into a burger place right across the road to wait for Marg. She somehow didn’t see me pull into the car park of the burger place and must have driven past me. I didn’t see her go past, so I waited a few minutes, panicked and ran back to the Enterprise. No Margaret. The bloke said ...
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The Aer Lingus flight from Dublin to Chicago, was okay, but not as comfortable as the seats we had on United on the way over. We purchased business class seats using miles, and these seats did not have all the features of the United seats. These did not lie completely flat, did not have a good place to rest feet, and did not have electric outlets. They did have ...
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 ...
... had forgotten his camera at the hotel and he dropped my mother and I off while he got it. We walked around the park, enjoying the lovely desert landscape with all the different varieties of cactus and then he came back to meet us. As he entered the park a docent asked him if he needed any assistance and he just mentioned he was going to find us, so the docent accompanied him and when they found us, we got a short tour. It was nice, as we learned some facts we wouldn’t ...
Bike ride early this morning into Santa Fe plaza and ate yummy veggie cheese tamales from the cart there ... Then with Maryann to Peyton Wright gallery- Good mostly abstract work and a gallery cat ! We then cycled to Railyard district for a visit to a big site-specific venue -sadly closed. At 1pm I caught the Railrunner commuter train for the trip to ABQ along the Rio Grande ( which here is little more than ...