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... This part of Albuquerque was founded in 1706.
For a little bit of trivia I can tell you that five flags have flown over Old Town. The Spanish Flag from 1598 to 1821, the Mexican Flag from 1821 to 1846, The Confederate States in 1862, the USA Flag from 1846 until present and of course the State Flag of New Mexico from 1912 til present.
Enchanted Trails RV Park is full of memorabilia from the 50’, there ...
... and dove into the bread dipping it in olive oil and balsamic vinegar, it was "so good"! As we started nibbling on our salads Ross discovered a salad that would bear all else... A grilled Caesar salad. That's right grilled lettuce! It was totally unique and delicious. We were quite buzzed and happy when we left Vinaigrette, now it was time it go meet our Airb&b host and hostess. For those of you who don't know what Airb&b is, it's ...
... chips/salsa. After some well-earned lounging we were in the mood for a real meal and headed to Old Town where we dined on an outside patio at a Mexican place called Garduņo's (thanks for the tip Eric!). What a great nite, and great meal! Margs we tasted were coconut and pink something (agave and cranberry). Food we tasted were salmon (J), fish tacos (M), ...
... otherwise. This was my second visit to Tohono Chul and I enjoyed it as much as the first time. It’s a nice botanical garden if you enjoy that sort of thing.
After Tohono Chul we drove to Mount Lemmon and went up to the top. that too was interesting drive as you go through many different climate zones/ecosystems on the way up.
We had a quick lunch at Dairy Queen (Blizzards) before our next stop at Saguaro National Park East. We drove the loop road and stopped at ...
... we don't believe there could be anything like our Blue Lake. The Blue Hole is a sink hole and the water is crystal clear, there are gold fish swimming in it and people can swim there too. It's not fenced as such and there are steps to get into it and platforms for jumping in. On a hot day I can imagine it would be very refreshing and very popular. It's still raining but we do manage to get some good photos before the rain gets heavier. Harvey is certainly getting a ...