Albuquerque Central KOA
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We had a quick breakfast of english muffins and cerial and got ready for Mass. There are many Catholic churches here in Albuquerque and we chose a nearby one called Our Lady of the Assumption as it had a 10:30 Mass.
It was easy to find and was much larger than we expected with a wide church and large altar area. After a nice Mass the …
Day 25 - 15th October 2013
We had lots more miles to cover so travelled a fair way to Albuquerque, didn't really know anything about the place apart from the song by Prefab Sprout, something about hotdogs and jumping frogs.
When we arrived at the campsite it was blowing a gale, the first proper windy day we had had while we were here …
... in every town he stopped in, simply because it would have caused a stir in the community to see him ride in, and the brand name on the bike would have branded him as a wealthy gringo. The locals would have treated him like something more than just another guest; giving him only one look at their lives. On the flight home, I read a book by a Scotsman who walked across Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban (The Places In Between, by Rory Stewart). That, it seemed to ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsAlbuquerque Central KOA
Came in about 2am and was able to just check a map pick a spot and lay down. It had a wonderful view of the mountains.
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