Baymont Inn And Suites Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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... see sushi pic below). After all these nomadic years, it was really wonderful to spend some quality time with such dear friends, who share so many of our perspectives and opinions on life, parenting, work, etc. Their beautiful and expansive home served as the perfect backdrop for both relaxing and recounting. The children got along famously, playing games, jumping on the trampoline, and doing crafts. For her part as the youngest, Devika focused on ...
... had blessed us with today. We came across an entry for old town and just as we did (and stopped to take some photos) a large number of strangely dressed (all in red dresses, men and women) people came rushing along, just beside us. I guess it was some sort of fundraiser or challenge, but whatever it was it certainly offered a harliarious and unexpected extra to the day ! The kids started off in the Candy Store before we made our way down the gorgeous and quaint ...
... all your creature comforts. Fifth, and this is the all important one, you have a pot to use anytime you have need!!!
Today was not only an absolutely beautiful drive from the panhandle of Texas into Albuquerque, NM but it was also a challenging one. The wind just blows nonstop it seems! I'm not talking breezy either! I'm talking steady, strong, make the birds fly sideways kind of wind! Actually, come to think of it....there were no birds in the air. Now I know why ...
... the 1600 and 1700s, and then with the new Americans stopping on their way west.
They were drawn here by water. There is a pool of water that is runoff from the mountain...this region is very dry, so clean and abundant water was a big deal...so the Spanish, and then the wagon trains, came here to replenish and rest. The mountain is sandstone, hence very soft and easy to carve into...so there are thousands ...
... ride and the ones I was out with the night before and Sarah and I were still a little bit drunk. We all climbed into our big vans and drove out to blow up our balloons which we all helped with. I went on with Leah, Rachel, James and Danni we had the smallest one and were all a bit nervous as we didn’t know what to expect. We started going up and the higher we got the more nervous we got and Leah sat down in the basket to avoid seeing anything as she was terrified. It got to ...