Albuquerque North Bernalillo KOA Campground
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... but maybe that’s how they roll down here! Anyway, he got us to Nob Hill safely enough and dropped us in the midst of a strip of bars and restaurants – plenty to choose from, and not a McDonalds in sight - hurrah! As neither of us were that hungry, we opted for a quick meal of tacos in Zacatecas, which is highly acclaimed for its contemporary take on Mexican food. Suitably recharged, we had a wander down the street to ...
... the company's history. The display did a good job of presenting the history of the computing, in general, and Microsoft and the personal computer revolution, in particular. It was funded by Paul Allen, one of the founders of Microsoft.
I used up all of my time in the museum and never got around to trying, again, to see the dinosaur tracks from Prehistoric Trackways National Monument.
... street is 5 miles long - and that's just one street. On top of that everything seems to be all over the place.... The old town, down town, Nob Hill - but they are all flipping miles from each other....was exhausting trying to find things. I'm sure with more than one night we'd get better at getting our bearings! However, back to the story, after a fiasco checking in to the hotel we got talking to an ex-local who was back in town on business about where to eat, ...
We really didn't have to get there this early since nothing happened until about 6:00 when the balloons got ready for the "Morning Glow." With a count-down, the balloons light up--spectacular seeing them glow and then ascend in the dark.
When it gets light around 7:00, the ...
... had a wonderful dinner of turkey burgers, rice pilaf and broccoli. As I write this, the weather is cooling down, the kids are getting ready for smores and it is nearly time for bed. What a wonderful day. We hope that the *************g days of driving in the past three weeks are now going to pay off and we can slowly and carefully bounce from National Park to National Park and really take our time in these wonderful parks in the Rocky ...
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