The Casitas at Old Town
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... that you need to spend at least half a day in to do it justice. There are paintings dating back to the 15th Century. Tapestries dating to the 1300's. Furniture from the 15th Century. Along with furniture, pottery, silver, sculptures, and many other items to see. Within the gallery are 6 separate galleries. The first houses art in the Spanish American home from 1492-1898. The second is Albuquerque along the Rio Grande. The ...
... sure you dont switch the kettle on too many times or switch the standby light off your TV because of global warming etc. I'll just tell them to go to America and tell them before they tell me.
Found our way to the motel, we all crammed into the one room with our blowup mattreses, the room looked like a illegal immigrant room above a chinese or something.
Thought we would have a filling meal so we went to Pizzahut, got my pizza and bit into it and it gave me blisters ...
It's been a great 3 weeks here in Albuquerque and in addition to my training for the Gold test, I was able to see some of the sights as well. We took an hour drive through Indian Reservation to the Tent Rocks. These rocks have a tent-like formation due to some weather or errosion phenomenon that I read on the information card but could barely understand. We spent several hours hiking the narrow canyons and climbing up pretty challenging rock formations until we ...
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Before we left we quickly explored the Kimo theater on Central Ave (Route 66) in downtown Albuquerque. Great architecture and a lovely building, but most of this area of the ABQ feels run down and forgotten. Empty store fronts and deserted streets. I do not know if it is just the Memorial Day weekend, but we were really surprised by the lack of pedestrians, especially with the pleasantly warm weather. ...
... rack would safely hold and carry the bike. Weights and measures all good. Guess we will find out.
One more sleep and we will see if this thing is capable of surviving Ed's driving.
Wednesday 20th March, all packed and ready to move on. Leave Albuquerque RV park at 10.30am. Left the nice people a little Australian souvenir. Head off on the big Desert highway (W I40). Stopped ...
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