Nora Dixon Place Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Couldn't go past the huevos rancheros which was as good as I remembered. The atmosphere in here is most interesting. All types but probably mostly students. We then drove on down to Old Town Albuquerque, one of the nicest old towns I have been to. Crowds here with the Balloon Fiesta kicking off tomorrow. Michael got his hair cut at the local barbers. It's a very well maintained historic centre and well worth a visit. We continued down the Rio Grande valley with ...
... north eastern corner of Arizona. This is the only point in the USA where four states meet at one point. The 4 states are Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. There is a plaque in the ground with a monument and lines placed by cadastral surveyors showing each of the 4 states. We stood in 4 different states at once! It has an interesting surveying history too, way back to when surveyors were placing and defining state boundaries.
Tonight we are staying ...
... 66 to find the Route 66 Diner which is a classic and has been standing for many years. It still retains it's 1950s Americana look and is famous for its milkshakes. I ate one of their signature dishes, the Route 66 Pile Up, which is panfried potatoes, bacon, cheese, green chilies and fried eggs smothered with red chilli sauce. There was too much for me to eat at one sitting so I asked for a box and decided that I would reheat it in the microwave in my room for breakfast ...
After Dawn Patrol we walked the grounds watching people set up. We talked to the Airabelle (cow balloon) pilot and asked if the cow would finally launch today. While it inflated every day, it never launched. He said the conditions were finally good and Airabelle would fly. Hurray! Airabelle is so big (80 feet tall, 120 feet long, envelope currently weights about 1500 pounds) she requires a huge landing site so the wind has to be in ...
Left Singapore on a 7 a.m. flight. Stopped in Tokyo and had time to buy a few more candies at the duty-free shop to take back to friends. Ended up with only an hour and fourteen minutes between flights. We hustled through the process of going through immigration, grabbing our luggage to take through customs, dropping it back off to be checked through for the last flight home, changing terminals (but thankfully ...