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 …
... the bottle came around i was trying to impress a bit, so i killed the bottle and then convinced everyone to get another. then drank a ton of that. The cool part though was that we were drinking in a ditch at the base of the mountains, rather amazing actually. That night i wondered drunk around the suberburbs of albuquerque, blacked out.... not a high point of my life. i only have 2 memories from that night.
Hiding behind a bush next to a road convinced i was in a ...
... a lot of the wood has been mined and taken in the past hundred years, but since the Petrified Forest was made into a National Park, that's slowed down, almost to a halt. We were in the Petrified Forest right around sunset, and it made the whole terrain look even cooler than it would during the day. Though we were a little afraid before arriving that we were going to be too late, it just so happened our timing was perfect. It got dark on our way to ...
... walk the midway to find breakfast. Yep, veggie omelet cooked on same grill as Italian sausage. OK--so not so veggie. The midway is absolutely jammed with people. After getting breakfast and dodging all the people we head back to our RVs to nap! We eat lunch and relax the rest of the afternoon—dinner will be in the launch area and it will be a late night. We head to the launch area and the guys grab these giant ...
... improved tremendously and I am feeling productive. I plan on staying here just a little while longer to finish some art projects and may be headed to Tuscon ,Arizona to live for a while. It is a large enough city to make a living and I hear it is relatively inexpensive for housing. It is also only 5 hours from the Grace, harbored in Mexico. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking