Route 66 International Hostel
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It was very old which normally isn't a problem but the floor was uneven which meant all the bunks were uneven. The kitchen was very small and not that clean. They also expected you to do a chore before you left. I have not stayed in a place and paid money to do a chore as part of your couple of nights stay.
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Another weekend away and this time in the new state of New Mexico. Again, I had no idea what to expect, but made the most of it. Believe it or not, Albuquerque has a hostel and I stayed there. It was about 1/2 mile from downtown and 1 mile from old town. I walked to old town first and was pretty amazed. I only had about 1 hour of daylight left …
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Left resort at 1200. Got a tiny puddle jumper too Belize City. Not my best feeling of flying! Caught plane to Dallas. Took an hour and half for immigration. Not enough time for dinner. Barely caught our plane to the Springs. Home at 10:30 pm. Visited with s and w till 2:00am. Rehash dive ...
... like we would never make it, it wasn't until about half way when i finally were able to pull to the die of the road as there was not a single truck stop along the way but we had this terrible noise coming from under the truck which need to be looked at - turns out it was a mudflap which started hitting the undercarriage when we got to 65 mph, the speed limit was 75 mph so we couldn't maximize our time for this whole part of the trip. A shot time later ...
... ride we went from
the base at 6,559 feet above sea level to the summit at 10,378 feet, a
temperature averaging 20 degrees cooler and an ecosystem featuring large
ponderosa pine trees. The ride up
provided fantastic views of the mountain side and canyons that can be seen only
from the tram car. At the summit we were
treated to views of Albuquerque, the surrounding valley and vistas stretching