Sarabande Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... and were ready to go out to the Wine Tasting and Food fair, of some sort. I chose to take a break and stay back to do this and catch up on my nap. I missed it yesterday and my algorithms really suffer. :o) The quiet is nice and will do wonders to my spirit. I'm sure that you can relate.
This morning, Monday, we drove to the Petroglyph National Monument and took the 2.5 mile hike to view the petroglyphs. Most of them are from the Original ...
... we had the battery back up to full charge, I drove the car from that rest stop on in to Alburquerque, about 90 miles. I drove in between Stan and Nick, quite the caravan.
The drive in to Alburquerque was really beautiful. So very different from what we're used to in green, lush Florida. The landscape is dry and desert like. Very little "green", just sand colors. Big, rolling hills and a few plateaus here ...
... as it kept going up and down and we didnt know were we was going to land! We soon landed after around 45 mins in the air and packed the balloon up which claire helped with as she stood on top of it to squash it in! Then we got back in the car to head to another little spot were we enjoyed a beaut champagne breakfast with cakes! At this point we also recieved our certificates! All in all a great morning! And a great way to see ...
I came to Albuquerque on Sunday, September 29, and have stayed in Diane's, my old Zion classmate, house since. She has a nice guest room, which is pretty much the only room in her house not undergoing renovation. While I've been here, Jim has worked on the roof, and it's almost finished. While I'm writing the blog, he's up there drilling the final holes for ...
... we did follow it into Winslow where we made a few friends, stood on "the corner," snapped a few pics, and honored those lost on 9/11.
Another stop off Route 66 was Two Guns, AZ. Once a booming tourist trap complete with a gas station, lodging, a food emporium, and a zoo, Two Guns is now just another Interstate 40 casualty.
Two Guns is also known for its "Apache Death ...