Sarabande Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... One of the comedians beckoned us in, so we obliged and sat at the bar with a drink and watched 4 of the comedians. Troy was funny, he was the one who beckoned us in and Andrew wasn't to bad either. The other two struggled and lost themselves in their stand up routines. We escaped to find food, finding a lovely Italian restaurant, but Andy wasn't interested, so crossed over to the other side of the street in order to walk up the other side of Central avenue. we went ...
... of Spain, which is also called Madrid. For anyone who is arty, this is a great town to stop in as there are many art, photography and sculpture shops all the way through. Unfortunately, if you wanted to be able to buy any of the pieces, you would have to have a considerable amount of money at your disposal, but it was still very fun to look around the different stores. As it was particularly hot ...
... old friends and family. It's a really nice change from the constant travel.
We're actually here one day longer than we had planned. Molly spent most of the night sick, so we stayed an extra day, which was spent catching up on things that needed to be done. Lots of cleaning, some minor RV repairs (does causing a leak and then kind of fixing it count as a repair?), laundry, finally getting some of Dean's postcards mailed out, so ...
... who designed the Hermit Rest house and the Bright Angel Lodge. The tower is modern but meant to evoke the American Indian cultures of the southwest. It provides nice views as well as a nice shopping opportunity as you have to walk through the gift shop to get up the tower.
Omar decided to take an unconventional route to Albuquerque via Tuba City and route 264. Normally folks would take 64 to Interstate 40, but 264 is the hypotenuse of ...
... and it's very satifying to see the result of your efforts.
Tomorrow Diane and I are going to a concert with the New Mexico Philharmonic Orchestra where a Ukrainian artist, Olga Kern, will play the piano. Diane is a lead volunteer with the 'philharmonic', and we both look forward to the concert. On Sunday I will finally leave ABQ and head for Santa Fe.