Drury Inn & Suites Albuquerque
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... We then headed across the street to an inside mall to walk around and eventually ended up at a Dairy Queen for a blizzard. <b><i><u>Back at home once again...</u></i></b> this is getting old... 9:30pm (MT): Albuquerque, New Mexico. Back to the hotel and shower time... Hopefully we will be leaving Albuquerque in the morning to head to the North Rim of the Grand ...
We got away this morning before 8.30 and headed for the southern entrance to the Petrified Forest National Park (and some of the Painted Desert). We spent 3 hours here - it was fabulous, even though it was cold and windy. Then it was along the I-40 all the way to Albuquerque. It started raining a little bit when we hit the border with New Mexico, but the amazing ...
... centre of town is, so we headed on Route 66 / Central Avenue to find our accommodation for the night. It stopped raining and the sun came out when we drove around downtown. We passed a group congregating outside a club, all dressed up Halloween like with face painting or masks. Doing a couple of loops around town and nearly bring crashed into, Andy pulling out of a junction when it turned green for the other lane, we pulled into Days Inn and checked in. Bonus ...
... had old cars parked around the parking lot just for fun - one was a Hudson that needed restoration that had a homemade license plate that said, "Doc Hudson." We also stopped at a rock shop (and I bought some more rocks) that sported a sign that Holbrook was the town in "Cars." Then we started off for the Petrified Forest.
It turns out the Petrified Forest National Park is on part of ...
... started this whole thing. My father's spontaneous decision to travel to Las Vegas. But it doesn't stop there, oh no, then there was the discovery that Disneyland was only four hours away from where we were staying in Vegas.
Ever since I was about five years old we have gone to Disney at least once a year. My father loves Disney. I mean, when we went to Mexico for my senior trip, and I joked about how ...