Comfort Inn Albuquerque Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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For the first tine in days, we did not get up at 4am, but allowed ourselves to sleep in, enjoying a leisurely morning. We headed to the Rio Grande Nature Center--a wonderful park with a pond and trails along the river. The sunlight streaming through the yellow leaves of the cottonwoods was lovely and we strolled along with not a worry in the world …
I awoke at 3:50 AM! to find my mom busily getting ready for the day so rather than wait for my alarm to go off at 4:15, I got up so we could get an early start. From the news we knew many people had not made it to the balloon fiesta yesterday, having gotten stuck in traffic on their way to the parking lots. Since it was the last day of the festival …
Thankfully we both woke up feeling nearly back to normal so we headed out to start the morning becoming balloon chasers.... what fun! We went back to the same two spots along the Rio Grande where we had been before and then followed the balloons as they drifted through the perfect blue sky. After our fill, we drove to the Petroglyph National …
... with its landmarks along Route 66 as pointers, such as Boot Hill Saloon & Grill, the Hickory Inn Cafe, the road runner drive in and roosters all eateries in this ghost town. Also seeing the deserted part of town, no one about with boarded up buildings & empty shell station. Adrian - was our next Next on the route, which was at the mid way point between Chicago & LA. We stopped in, being the only open business we saw open. The midway point cafe was a famous stop ...
... the mining, separating and enriching of uranium, the history of Hanford and Oak Ridge. There was also a section on nanoparticles, another on fun science demonstration gadgets (Jacob's Ladder, optics, harmonic oscillations, ...). And there was a large area outside (we did this part first, while it was still below 90F) of military hardware that was used for or with nuclear weapons. It was a great museum!