Baymont Inn And Suites Albuquerque Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Wrong time of year for the hot air balloon festival, darn! Another cold night & morning, but promising to be a beautiful day as we head south to the Salinas Pueblo Missions, lived there over 300 years ago by the Pueblo Indians and the Spanish Franciscan monks. Visited the Abo and Gran Quivira Missions.
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... off the slides; but he will need chip off the inch thick ice that is under the snow. If he doesn't get the ice off the slides, they very likely will not close and if they do close; the ice that is left could easily destroy the slide seals. So, without any concern for his own life… he climbs up on the snow packed 5th wheel roof. I am always so concerned that he is going to fall off that roof. Today it is even worse because I know it ...
Albuquerque NM is one of our favorite places to visit during the summer months. We stayed a few days at the Enchanted Trails RV Park, a park we have stayed several times. the sunset here at awesome, the office staff very friendly. One of the most interesting things about this park is the perfectly refurbished vintage trailers for rent. There are a few photos to show these beauties.
We are visiting the National Museum of Science and History. There is a lot of information in this museum. Most of it though leaves me feeling very sad. I know that the bombs needed to be dropped. That doing so ended the war and saved countless lives. But that doesn't change how I feel. I hope humanity never has to do anything like that ...
... 330 - Today we leave Albuquerque and head towards Flagstaff. Along the way we stop at El Malpais (Bureau of Land Management Area) and the kids work on their jr. ranger badges as we explore the area. We were able to take a mile hike on top of the lava rocks and I have to say it was a pretty amazing thing to do. The trail is well marked by piled lava rocks that guide you along the walk - these are called cairns. It was a bit ...