Baymont Inn And Suites Albuquerque
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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June the 11th was travel day for everyone. Jack drove up from Silver City, NM, others flew in; Tom and Marc from Florida and John from Calgary, Everyone arrived safely and on time. However, John's golf clubs were delayed and wouldn't arrive from Salt Lake City for another 4 hours. As we couldn't check-in to our accommodations for about the same amount of time; we had some time to kill. Coincidentally, a friend (Joe ...
... off past the line over into the hard shoulder several times a day and it was me that had got stopped by the cops!!!
The Sandia Peak Inn is a quirky motel based on one of the main streets near Old Town. We started to chat with the check-in lady when I subtly dropped the H-bomb! She smiled and said "you should take the big suite" Our room had already been paid for but she was offering us a $200 room for just $40 (the initial room fee paid was $110 per ...
... The Rockified trees laying in the vast, stark Arizona back drop were beautiful, but we had a Corvette and 2 long, winding roads. What should we do? What else could we do?
GO Speed Racer GO!
The pictures (in the gift shop) of both national treasures were great. If we ever come back out here again, we might even slow down and see them for our selves… maybe...
What a road! What a ...
... a game where she announced things she saw. Most of the route was a 2-lane highway, giving me plenty of practice in passing. No speeding tickets.
Didn't have much energy left for Albuquerque - simply went to Lotaburger for dinner (they're everywhere) - ...
We are spending the day in Albuquerque, exploring some of the sights that the campground manager recommended.
We spent the morning at the Petroglyph National Monument. The monument is actually 17 miles of volcanic rock, along an escarpment. There are marked trails through the rocks at various canyons and the petroglyphs are scattered here and there. The petroglyphs were created about 700 years ago by the Pueblo Indians and ...