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... which was an important trade route during the period that New Mexico was part of the Mexican Empire. Taking this route out of Albuquerque also had the advantage of a more sedate drive through fantastic scenery - I had no idea New Mexico possessed quite as much beautiful land as it does. I rejoined the post-1937 route at Correo at which point I had to use the interstate for a short period of time until arriving in Mesita. Route ...
Today it was predicted to be 34 degrees. Enough said - time for shorts and sandals! We decided yesterday to stay an extra day in Albuquerque as a rest day, but this did not eventuate with us being out all day. With having to get out of the room so housekeeping could do their thing, we set off down Central Ave, the Route 66 road that cuts through town. Here we saw lots of old style hotels and shops with their deco signs, as well as old defunct motels like ...
... shop selling all sorts of goodies and to make Steve happy, piggies! So after an explore of the grounds we hire bikes - cue the words 'we're going to die, hee hee' I don't think I've cackled quite so much like a witch before but we cycled to a winery. Fortunately there is a 25mph speed limit so idiots like us don't die! Winery is delicious 7 wines to try for $7 yum, then a glass each and a wobble all the way back to the Inn. One final cigarette ...
... it is now a federal offense. One of the biggest problems is that visitors let their dogs roam and they are destroying some of the Petroglyphs – they have to be on a leash.
Next we drove to the Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum on Balloon Drive, which had been recommended to us and was it worth it. First, on Sunday mornings the museum is free, and the museum was so enjoyable with some great exhibits about ...
Our day started early with an uneventful drive to Denver. We wanted to get there early so didn't spend time stopping for anything other than a quick lunch. The sky was blue, the temps were warm and spring fever was definitely upon us all.
Our first stop in Denver was to see my 4 month old great niece. Oh, how she has changed just since January. Holding her head up, dropping toys from her high chair and waiting for us to pick ...
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