Candlewood Suites Albuquerque
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Oh my goodness - what a shock to the system. We hit New Mexico yesterday and I thought I had come to a land that had been under nuclear attack! Flat, empty and nothingness with a road that parallell's the interstate in the few places that we are able to ride on Route 66. Mostly though, we are on the I-40, Route 66 having been chewed up by the super slab. Today is a long, straight run to Albuquerque across these plains of ...
... of the other three was passing through the airport at the same time, so arrangements were made to have lunch. Lots of laughs, catching up, and best of all Joe picked up the tab. My new best friend, thanks Joe!
After lunch we made our way to the residence (see photo) that would become our base of operations for the next 5 days. The house seemed a bit tired but had all the essentials were there (e.g. 4 ...
... to nature, the true essence of the South West...After we stop and take a picture of the Concrete Dinosaur store and the famous Dan's petrified wood outlet, free half pound of rocks with every purchase....
After our trinketing was done, we drove to the Petrified Forest. (Since there were only two turns to get there we only had to turn around 3 times. We are not what you might call expert land navigators). ...
Before getting too deep into red rock Sedona, we stopped at a little swimming spot in the creek. We swam in the icy cold stream called Grasshoppers point. From our refreshing lunch break and swim, we pulled up to our RV park and made our way into downtown Sedona. It's such a different town then any other we've been to so ...
... you also have to try to coat the sides between the boards. Both Jim and John were very complimentary about the result. Now, Diane won't have to worry about the deck for the next couple of years. Using primer I also painted the raw wooden boards in the bathroom. Finally, I cleared up the driveway bordering on the neighbors' property. I usually don't do much ...