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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... t be a problem. Then the wind picks up.....slinging dust everywhere. So I adapt, improvise, and overcome. I wedge the tripod between the bed and the wall and shoot out of the motorhome window. It works.
We head on down route 66, checking out old buildings that were there when the original road was there, and other things along the way. There are more intact pieces of route 66 here. We go for 15 or 20 miles, then back on the interstate for ...
... Ryders" for our trip up in a hot air balloon. It had been an activity which Dario and I both shared on our bucket lists. Just as the sun started to crest over the mountain peak, we loaded up and drove out to our launch site only to be told the the weather was "not ideal" and we wouldn't be able to fly today. OH NO. I'll admit....it was a slight disappointment, but all in all the weekend was chalk full of wonderful memories, experiences, amazing food and hundreds and hundreds of ...
... a flatbed Ford parked near the corner! We all got out and laughed with delight, Shell and I got up onto the Ford and we took lots of pics of the statue on the corner and the giant Route 66 shield painted on the road.
On, to the Grand Canyon! We didn't get there until 11pm and we were all pretty knackered, but the room was lovely. When Shell asked the guy on the desk how close we were to the rim he said: " 27 paces, and if you walk 28, see ya later"
... Duffy! So, we waited just a short time and got great pictures with Duffy. He is just too adorable. We also went and did pictures with Christmas Donald Duck. He had white snow flakes all over him. We couldn't leave Disney without a Mickey pretzel and we especially like the Jalapeno Cheese stuffed ones! So, while the girls rode the Silly Symphony swings, Greg and I got pretzels for everyone. We were still full from all the food we had eaten on this trip ...
... We were entertained between innings by all the usual Minor League ballgame antics--races by people in Pepper costumes (Green Pepper won, but only by virtue of tackling Taco), children bouncing on blow-up horses, miscellaneous singing and dancing ("YMCA" and "Sweet Caroline" featuring strongly), with the addition of Myron Noodleman, a clown for hire who does the Minor League circuit. Tim and I both ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking