Albuquerque North Bernalillo KOA Campground
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... given the density of balloons and the millings about of people, both balloon crew and thousands and thousands of crowding spectators, that no one gets seriously burned or balloons get scorched.
(When the balloon is part inflated with cold air, it is still lying limply on the ground - the cold air inside is not bouyant. Which means, when they fire up the burner for the first time, a couple of folks from the balloon crew have to hold the mouth ...
... delayed about half an hour. The flight to Albuquerque had no turbulence at all. Although I found the United Airlines hostess to be very informal as they lounged along a row of seats at the back of the plane reading a book over half the flight. But they really had no where else to go and hang out. If the plane had been full I would've felt for them standing around for over and hour. At Albuquerque Airpot we were shortly after walking out by my aunt we didn't have to ...
We were up and out of our camp by 8:30. The goal was to get out early so we could do a little more touring in the canyon. We drove to the eastern side of the South Rim and saw Grandview Point, Lipan Point and Desert View. Each of these viewpoints was wonderful especially in the morning sun lighting them up as you can see in the pictures below.
Desert View is particularly interesting as it includes a watchtower designed by Mary Colter. This is the ...
... me to a great New Mexican restaurant in Bernalillo, Abuelita's. I had been talking up this place for months before we departed Glen Ellyn. Its green chili enchiladas are just wonderful. And one of the few foods still mostly served regionally, sopapillas, are served with virtually all entrees. Just pour some honey on a hot one, ...
Today was a day off and we had hired a car for the day but it wasn't a convertible Mustang this time it was a Nissan Altura. It was a really nice car loads of space for 5 of us and was more or less brand new, only 900 miles on the clock. The plan today was to go to Albuquerque Old Town and also go to Santa Fe. We stared with Albuquerque Old Town which is a historic ...
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