Drury Inn & Suites Albuquerque
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We set our alarms for 6 am. Rise and shine, the early bird gets the worm, etc. etc. etc… George had trouble sleeping and so he got up about 4am and emptied the black and grey tanks, hoping to make the day easier.
At 6am it is 5 degrees—there is nothing that is going to make this day any easier.
In the middle of the night, George realized that he needed to get on the roof of the 5th wheel and not only brush ...
... off past the line over into the hard shoulder several times a day and it was me that had got stopped by the cops!!!
The Sandia Peak Inn is a quirky motel based on one of the main streets near Old Town. We started to chat with the check-in lady when I subtly dropped the H-bomb! She smiled and said "you should take the big suite" Our room had already been paid for but she was offering us a $200 room for just $40 (the initial room fee paid was $110 per ...
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July 3, Thursday
If you are EVER in Albuquerque and have NEVER seen the Unser's Racing Museum AND you have even a touch of 'gearhead’ in you---then spend the $6 (if you qualify for the senior rate) and treat yourself to a few hours at this wonderful treasure of past racing history. EXTREMELY well done exhibit in ...
... him on where everyone is. If you're clothes shopping in ABQ, they have all the new trendy fashions and have been voted "Best place to buy jeans in Albuquerque". It's a cool store with really nice stuff....owned and run by really great people.
From there, we wander down the street to Kurt's Camera Corral! Ya gotta love the name (and neon sign!).....and when I went in, I loved the store. I am a photographer. I worked professionally from 1987 to ...
... an early 1700s home. The various dining rooms had some of the original décor; lots of character and history, and good food too.
Ps: The tourism agent we talked to today told us her father was born in Sackville, NB and she has been to Nova Scotia a few times. She said that Halifax’s Tattoo was better than Scotland’s. Many people ask us where we are from and it was nice to talk to someone who knows where NS is ...