Drury Inn & Suites Albuquerque
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... holiday if i pushed u in?"..... I didn't reply!! Hehehe
I went into the Butterfly enclosure whilst Mark continued to look at the train set. The butterflies were absolutely beautiful.
It really was a lovely way to spend the day.
We decided to go back to the motel to have a relax and recharge the batteries. We had a REALLY good nap and were ready to head out again!!
Side note: i'd ...
... t like me. It was a fantastic plateful though for $12.
After lunch we went to the plaza to listen to some music at the bandstand. To be honest we could have sat there all day in the sun. As Santa Fe is 7000ft above sea level it was hot (75F) but pleasant enough to sit in.
We left Santa Fe and back on to Route 66 for Albuquerque around 1.00pm. You could see the temperature gauge on the dashboard rise as ...
... 8. The 2.7 mile Aerial Tramway is the longest in North America and reaches the Sandias at 10,378 feet.
Day 322 Today we started in Old Town Albuquerque. Lots of colorful beautiful older buildings, great architecture, adobe structures, and a Church in the square. Many shops to walk in and out of from jewelry, to bakeries, restaurants and general merchandise type shops. Lots of fun to browse.
Once again we see ...
... the stars and planets, was really good with loads of information, there was a guy telling us information about what we were looking at at first, think he had a breathing problem because I could hear it over the microphone. Then the show started going wrong for him as the projectors failed 3 times, sorted it eventually and found it good.
Got some information about the Mars Rover that drives about on Mars. Apparently the guy who designed it worked at the Albuquerque ...
... with many water bottles. The sign at the start of the trail warned us about the dangers of heat exhaustion and dehydration, but we felt prepared for the 3-mile round trip hike. At the start of the hike, we walked over a bridge that crossed a small shallow stream. The view here was really pretty,with tall grasses growing on the banks and in the stream. We saw a couple dragonflies hovering over the water as we walked by. The trail then led past ...