La Quinta Inn & Suites Albuquerque Journal Ctr NW
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Day Two Hundred and Twenty One - Monday 15th April 2013
We left our friends' house in the morning and drove down past Santa Fe to the Tent Rocks National Park on an Indian reservation. The Tent Rocks are strange volcanic rock formations left behind from violent eruptions many thousands of years ago and are so-called because they resemble …
... gas station, it took Andy a good 10 minutes to try work out how to use the old style pump. Grabbing some cold drinks to go, we shot off again down the highway I-40 west on to Santa Rosa. Santa Rosa - a must see was the blue hole; a natural clear spring water well, 81ft deep by 60ft wide. After driving thru yet another sleepy town we followed the directions, passing the Santa Rosa state park with its lake pool, thinking this was it, but instincts told us it must be ...
... was smooth and we beat the sunrise. We started out very low and got some good views of the backyards of the neighborhood near the our departure area - and we stirred up plenty of dogs who don't seem to like large flying objects over their yards as all of them were barking at us. Slowly we started rising just as the golden sunrise took place over the Sandia Mountains. And during the ride we ...
... anything quite like this before!
Historic Route 66, Albuquerque, New Mexico is one of the celebrated sections that remain of the historic highway. We took in a couple of the old-time eateries along the way. The RV Park where we stayed actually rented out several older trailers that were restored to capture the care-free spirit of the late 1940's-early 1950's. They were sure fun to look at each day we stayed ...
Headed straight into the centre on the 11 bus then transferred to the 66 ( which runs the length of the infamous Route 66 - the Mother Road ( Steinbeck) now re-named Central Ave. However I took it eastbound to Old Town the original core of ABQ founded in 1600. Quite pretty plaza and adobe houses, packed little streets but v geared ...