Baymont Inn And Suites Albuquerque Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... moment. Driving slowly, we headed east towards the cloud-covered mountains. In the rear-view mirror we could see more balloons decorating the cloud-filled sky so pulled over and parked, hopping out to compose a few pictures. A lovely full moon sat amid wispy clouds, making great photos when the balloons moved in front of it.
After our fill, we headed on, joining lots of cars on the road, all of them prone to the major distraction of giant, colorful hot air balloons ...
... able to hike a trail that lead right to the bottom of the volcano, however, the trails that lead up to the top have been closed due to the damage to the land it was causing. There are still lava flows from the eruption that have cooled into hard rocks that we were able to walk on - it was quite surreal!
We then made our way up to the Wupatki National Monument, which is home to pueblos (a settlement used by ...
... We viewed 2 movies, had a tour and visited their museum. The crater is out in the middle of what is now a ranch of several hundred acres, called the Bar T Bar. They have teamed with the Benzinger Family to make this a wonderful experience for all to see. This crater is the largest in the US and the best preserved in the world. Many scientists, astronauts and geologists come to study this site. The crater crashed to earth ...
... Incidentally, the museum has no information about the Soviet atomic espionage that took place in New Mexico. Klaus Fuchs, Ted Hall, and David Greenglass provided ample information to their KGB couriers during 1944-45 about the bombs being developed at Los Alamos. The Soviet plutonium bomb that was exploded in August 1949 was an exact copy of 'Fat Man'. Why this strange omission in the museum's otherwise exhaustive displays? But in ...
... West section of Albuquerue. Normally I do not spend time writing about where we eat, but this is one of those exceptions. The building, which easily will seat more than 400 was constructed about the time I move away from here in 2006.
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So, we get back to the rig at 8:30PM in time to catch the ...