Comfort Suites Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... with some grays, smokey blues, and pale greens thrown in. We stopped at several overlooks, but after the first few, the overall effect wasn't that much different. One thing that surprised me was the distance you could see from the natural overlooks, and it was Painted Desert as far as the eye could see!
We enjoyed our time at the 2-parks-in-1, and then headed on to our next hotel in Albuquerque.
... to get an appreciation of nature and conservation and preservation.
We took three hikes in the park and saw some wonderful examples of petroglyphs.
Day 329 - The Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuquerque. The kids love dinosaurs, especially Trent the 7year old. He was definitely in his element here. Lars enjoyed that but was more interested in the science exhibits, so it worked out well for both.
... and baked french toast with caramelized bananas. Another station had pastries - muffins, danishes, croisants, and cinnamon rolls. Also six or so varieties of cereal. At the main counter were eggs, sausage, bacon, omelets, potatoes and something called Chilaquiles (shredded beef, scrabled egg, tomato, salsa verde and queso fresco). There was also a lot of fruit to choose from - watermelon, cantaloupe, musk melon, and pineapple. Soon after getting our food, Daisy ...
... a log to get to the very back of the cave. The guide, Sarah, said the best photos were taken with no lights, so all of our headlamps got turned off and we were in the pitch black. All I could think was, 'So going to die!' lol! The hike back up was steeply uphill and almost killed me! Lunch was at Denny's with a few of the Contiki girls, Amanda, Laura and Io. I had a sampler plate with onion rings, chicken and mozzarella sticks which I hadn't tried before. Stringy ...
... cherry pie, horno bread, and a enchilada which was crazy spicy. We felt sad we may never have a pueblo burger again. I guess that made it taste even better!
There was a few activities in Albuquerque that we couldn't decide between so we showed the kids the websites and had them choose what they wanted to do. Explora, a science center and children's museum easily won ...