Drury Inn & Suites Albuquerque
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... was the daughter of one of the brave men.. Whilst we were listening to the presentation we had a massive pizza, the biggest I have ever seen. Once we had finished the pizza, cadets from the squadron started turning up and we got to take part in the squadron activities. We also took pictures with the squadron and gave out awards to the squadron commander.
After a long day, we went back to our host families and got some well needed rest.
... off the plane in LA we noticed that the plane we were on was the Hobbit plane with the dragon smaug pictured along the side of the plane. I can now officially say I have flown in the belly of a dragon. LAX was quite an experience. We were lucky, in that we had preordered wheel chair assistance for my Nanna would finds it hard to stand for long periods of time. With this assistance we got ushered through customers in an express line where we weren't at all treated ...
... great, spent a lot of time going over things to see close to Old Town, pointed out good (and not good) places to eat. We toured the Chapel on the old town Square, visited Tourist Information, and just walked around. Tomorrow, we will do more sightseeing. Unfortunately, we are still hassled by the damn panhandlers. We must look like easy marks, but it is getting ridiculous. Jane tells them we don't carry cash. ...
... ambiance. We then reached Adrian, which is the half way point along Route 66, where a vehicle stands outside the shop and everyone write's their name on it. Before stopping the night at Santa Rosa we visited another free museum at Glen Rio. Russell's car museum. It had everything, juke boxes, model toys and pristine motor vehicles, which I have to add a few photo's again. The scenery I have seen over the last few days I can ...
... amount of trucks that travel these roads. But we made it to Albuquerque and to the motorcycle shop where Ramiro had his rear tire and his front and rear brakes changed.
We decided to stay put in Albuquerque at a Holiday Inn Express, again, and are going to attempt to make it all the way to do the Hoover dam tomorrow, and then commence our treck back east.
Wish us luck tomorrow.
Day 4 - 484 miles.