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... started in Shane’s room where we called my brother and said god knows what had music playing and apparently were being pretty loud as security knocked on our door, we all tried to hide but apparently weren’t as sneaky as we thought and were kicked out. So we moved the party next door to Anna’s room. Moments later we were kicked out from here too. Anna stayed behind and me Sarah, Shane, Corey, Tim, James & ...
... known as Hisatsinom, flourished here from AD 700 to 1300. It is speculated that the Anasazi people eventually left this stunning place because of climate change and population pressure. And we had mounting pressures of our own! We had to get Sharon to Albuquerque by noon the following day so she could get a flight back to Portland, OR. We got there at 4 am, pulled into what we thought was an RV camp, and passed ...
... after Hollywood personalities who used to stay there.
Just down the highway you cross the Continental Divide - the backbone of the North American continent - also known as the Top of the World.
We continued on I40 as at this point as many of the Route 66 interests have been destroyed or probably should be they are so decrepid. As you approach Albuquerque you leave the Colorado Plateau which you have been on since mid-Arizona and descend into the Rio Grande Valley. ...
... but making it. I hope he is still alright.
The quaker meeting house worked out and i slept in there basement. I made some food i had left over from my hike, and relaxed in a horozontal position for the first time in 3 nights.
i rode the busses all around the city, i explored and learned.
I got on craigslist and started looking for rooms but kinda freaked out when i realized that i had no idea what i was doing.... i needed a ...
... and approached to
within 20 yards before he slowly moved off.
The tram car ride back down was just as fantastic as the ride up. Our next stop was at “Old Town” Albuquerque;
this is a section of the old city that has been converted into a collection of
shops and galleries selling clothing, art works, jewelry and souvenirs. The only building that retained its original
appearance and functionality was ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking