Extended Stay America - Albuquerque - Airport
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... before nightfall at this rate. My thankfulness at the smallness of the group soon dispersed however, for whence the second couple climbed onto the bus I realised that I had found a couple more troublesome than one hundred buses put together. An old man and women from the realms of Colorado became the bane of my trip. First and foremost the woman would never cease asking questions of the tour guide, despite the fact he had already given his answer moments earlier. In ...
... cars and caravans here reminding us of how travel was taken so many years ago. Nothing like some of the modern RV’s that you see on the road these days.
I think how relaxing it must have been, not so much a rush, no mobile phones, no emails or facebook, not even any travel blogs like this one. I think they had it over us modern travellers.
... engulf the RVs (ours included), which would damage both the RVs and the balloon.
One of our RV neighbors said, "I was glad to see everyone running toward him, because he was going to run right into our grill."
Turns out it was just a hot shot balloonist picking up his buddy. Whew! (see the YouTube video of the landing. I'm the one in the blue jacket on the left running like crazy to grab the envelope if it started to fall). ...
We got up at 4 am to get the car packed, checked out and get to the Canyon by the 5:15 sunrise time we consistently read about online. We ended up getting there at about 5:30. To my disappointment, we totally missed the amazing part of the sunrise! Daybreak! Daybreak doggone it! I should have googled that! We had been up since four! If I had just realized that sunrise is NOT daybreak! I will have to come back again in the future and be there for daybreak. ...
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After crossing into New Mexico we began the climb up barren mountains, the temperature started to drop, the road became a roller coaster with tractor trailers and we lost our country music radio station. But before the despair of the loss could set in we got to the top. Out below us stretching over the valley beyond was a web of lights. The city of Albuquerque glistened ...