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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Dawn Patrol. These are the first balloons to go up after a light show where the balloons are lit up with a gorgeous affect. Then the Dawn Patrol goes up and a Mass Ascension follows with balloons of every type, size, and color following as soon as they get themselves pumped up and ready. We were amongst the balloons as they prepared and took flight. We were surprised that they let everyone get so close but it was really an experience. The photo ...
Thursday we drove from Gallup to Albuquerque, New Mexico along I-40E. Once again the terrain changed to cliffs of black rock which was actually volcanic rock. We passed along Historic Route 66 as we drove into to town. We spent the day in Old Albuquerque walking into more shops and galleries. Of course, we found a few items to purchase.
Friday morning as we were eating breakfast, Jim noticed a hot air balloon through ...
From the Airport we bought our passes, loaded our luggage, and got on the plane at 8:30.
We had to change flights in Dallas
We landed in DC at 4:20 EST
The plane tickets costed $448 for the both of us
From the DC airport we called an Uber. The Uber costed $27
For transportation we will ride bikes from embassy to embassy.
... my earrings had left tan marks on my earlobes..... Nice!
Our destination for the evening was Nob Hill. Nob Hill is a main strip with shops and restaurants etc. It's quite a hip and trendy area. We walked up and down, popped into to some shops, and had a brew just sat people watching. We saw a woman walking down the street with perhaps the biggest pizza box we've ever seen. It must have been over 30 inches in ...
... the tallest - this made getting through the doors more of a challenge.
From here, we made our way to Walnut Canyon National Monument for lunch. This canyon used to be home to many Native groups, who built their homes into the canyon sides. It is estimated that people first moved to the canyon around 600 AD.
The next place on our journey was to visit the giant Meteor Crater in northern Arizona. At this point ...