Sandhill Crane Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... gear and boots just does not cut it! Nevertheless, we did venture out onto one of the shorter trails, just for fun. Noticeable though was the shortage of breath at the high altitude, Jude in particular. Riding through old town Albuquerque we realised we have seen the majority of the place before unbeknown to us at the time that we were actually on Route 66. Many of the places we recognised even though it was quite a fe ...
... minds again and made a U-turn and returned to Madrid, New Mexico. That’s right, the town “Wild Hogs” was filmed at. We visited Maggie’s Dinner, of which is a tourist shop. We did eat at “Mama Lisa’s Ghost Town Kitchen and No Pity Café.” The food was pretty good. Shana and I had the same plate, tacos. I had the green chilies on mine and Shana did not. Her tacos were a little dry because ...
I left at 5:15 am to go to Rome airport. Ticket was made through Delta and that's what my confirmations said even though I knew that to go to Paris first was Air France..but we went to. Terminal 5 to ask. Said yes I could ck in there. Got to desk...nooooo must go to T3. Well Fabio had already left so had to get shuttle with 2 bags and carryon ( will I ever learn to travel light-but am loaded up with gifts) took shuttle to T 3 only to be told nooooo I must go to Terminal 1. Now I may ...
... there is no way I could've matched their taste. Juicy, sweet, and ono! Yelp for the win! Bellies full, we took off for the Grand Canyon, about an hour and half drive north of Flagstaff. The Cauon village reminds me of a ski resort, but for $25 bucks, we skipped all the tourist stuff and went straight to the canyon. The canyon itself lives up to its name. It's pretty "grand!" We took a couple minutes to orient ourselves at the visitor center ...
... After Rowe I left the interstate behind as Route 66 took a right angled corner via Pecos and Glorieta on its way to the highest point the road gets to at over 7500 feet through the Glorieta Pass. Unfortunately there is no chance to stop and take in the view as there was no room for a frontage road through the pass and it is interstate only. On the south side of the pass the Rio Grande rift spread out in front of me with the high mountains in the east and ...