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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... Albuquerque's better neighborhoods...but it has some of the old motels and old signs. The other night, there was one I wanted, but people and hookers were all over the place and headed our way. Tonight, I was ready to pop out, get a quick pic, and get back out. We pulled up in lot across a side street that had a wood fence. Laurie was wondering where all the hookers were I was talking about so I pointed out four of them along the fence in the shadows. ...
... looked very quaint but very narrow and not easy to find parking for the motorhome. Considering we left Santa Fe at almost 7000 feet I could hardly believe we would climb again but we did... unfortunately no elevation listed atop Highway 14 but we figure at least 8000 before coming back down. The guidebook states Albuquerque aka The Duke City or Burque or ABQ is an elevation of 4957 feet. Too big of a city ...
... way. Not much in the way of towns and certainly no attractions beyond the scenery itself. This whole area is very poor. Beyond ranching there is little of no industry. A little oil pumping and exploration and maybe a little mining. All the pictures in the blog were taken by Lynn out the window of the Minnie. They came out pretty good. In one ...
... having ridden it in August). But Mator's Junkyard Jamboree is a great ride and we were happy to ride it again. The music is so fun and the ride really is great.
After lots more pictures in Cars Land we went to Tower of Terror. The girls and I were going to ride it when Greg surprised us and said he would do it, too. The girls were so excited to have Dad on Tower of Terror! It's not his favorite ride but he did it and we all had such a fun time doing ...
... behind, my 'fantastic' internal clock fired up my frazzled brain around 7am local time. Looked in the mirror and decided there and then not to shave in honour of finally being on holiday. Spent the morning being terrified on the streets of Albuquerque, heading up the busiest freeway I've seen since the M25 in order to get to the REI camping store. That, along with half a dozen other key spots on this trip I'd marked on Google maps a week or so ago in a valiant effort to ...
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