Comfort Suites Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... adequate number of holes-in-one each and got many laughs.
Then, back at the house, nap time rolled around with the usual nappers and one unusual individual working on the second jigsaw puzzle of this trip. It's a 1,000 Piece puzzle and a tough one. Lynn and Lisa are working feverishly to complete it before we leave. I help a minor amount, but do enjoy such.
After dinner ...
... would have made me swear for a week—George however, was frustrated but didn’t lose control. I love that man!
The freezing temperatures make everything take longer—so George is miserable, but we need to keep pressing forward. Two hours later we are finally on the road.
I say it a lot, but… it’s all part of our journey. Stuff takes longer if we wait too long to leave the cold weather. Stuff will get ...
... brick mansion with Tiffany windows and walk-in closets. He introduced draft horses to Albuquerque and owned one of the first farm equipment dealerships.
Now home of the La Hacienda Restaurant, much remains of the original Blueher Mansion interior.
On the westward facing external wall of the La Hacienda patio is a mural painted in the 1950s by Ted Schuyler, formerly ...
... arty type of place, we spent some time in the down town area and then returned to the bikes to head for Albuquerque.
Carl tried to engage first gear, and nothing. The inner spline on the shift shaft was stripped, so my attempts to get him going failed. We hand shifted him into second gear and we made a slow trip to Santa Fe Harley Davidson. Without hesitation the dealership set about the task of getting the problem ...
... Flagstaff and stayed in Winslow. We had planned on Holbrook, but the wind there was reaching up to 70 mph, so we kept going enduring the sand storms that would blow across the roads in several locations.
Day 331 - Today we head to Williams, AZ - a long drive from Albuquerque, so we decided to break it up and go and see the Meteor Crater along the way. Again, it was quite amazing and a job well done by this ...