Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Midtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free airport shuttle
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... it was his day off.
Had a look at some dinosaur bones and also at some live snakes and spiders that were in a little room of to the side, there was this young lad of about 12 who must volunteer there and was showing his classmates the snakes, felt like I was on there school trip at one stage.
It was time to head for Roswell and it was going to be a long trip. There isn't much I can say about the drive as there was sod all on either side of the road for hundreds ...
... houses had rounded cone shaped adobe ovens -hornos -in their backyards. As we neared ABQ the view gave way to open air cattle market pens, bigger brick houses as well as well as numerous rusting classic cars abandoned in back lots and yards. Then industrial estates, electric plants and warehousing but everything still low-rise and painted in the traditional colours of sand, brown, beige and dusty ...
Left Amarillo, Texas on Wed 13th March at about 8-45am. Has been one month since we left Oz. How time flies when you're having fun!!
Crossed into New Mexico at approx 9-55am. Stopped to fuel up and had the worst coffee and worst donut ever. Servo was off the beaten track and looked like it was in the middle of the desert in the middle of nowhere.
Arrived at Albuquerque KOA Kampground. Very mexican housing, lots of dust, not much green ...
... probably safer. The painted desert was absolutely incredible - so many shades of colors, even black from when there was a volcano here eons ago. The mountains in the far distance were red, gray and, seemingly, white. The desert plains with mountains in the far distance made me think of stagecoach rides and buffalo and cowboys and indians. Perhaps I watched too many movies with dad when growing up. Gene Autry, Dale Evans and ...
In yesterday's blog I forgot to say how amazingly beautifully jewel like the nighttime panorama of
Albuquerque sparkled as we approached on Hwy 40 last might. It was breathtaking!
Today however we experienced another aspect of the city. It was really windy and the air was filled with blowing dust. Stephen & I enjoy the TV series Breaking Bad which is filmed here in Albuquerque. In the show Walt & Schuyler are looking for a business in which to launder ...