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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... shots while Shane and Alex sang a romantic duet together ;). Corey and Shane started a game of kings which Leah, Shannon, Rachel, Anna, Sarah & ash all played; this led to Shane taking his pants off and many laughs. After a while of playing this everyone was kind of lame and went to bed or just sat around talking but me Sarah, Anna and the boys decided to have a room party and skull absinthe, Jim beam and vodka from the ...
... Mesa Verde. I could never understand the name. The pictures I had seen when researching this trip, of the monochromatic ochre cliff dwellings, were neither green, nor in any way did they resemble a table. I had not realized the extent of the place. Perched high is southern Colorado, atop a small, forested, flat mountain - a veritable green table - are thousands of archeological sites, including hundreds of cliff dwellings. ...
... railway depot. Downtown was full of the most fabulous murals including one to commemorate the Code Talkers - some 400 Navajos used by the US Marines during World War II to beat Japanese code breakers because their language is one of extreme complexity.
The jewel of Gallup is the El Rancho Hotel and Motel. We stopped there for lunch. It boasts the "Charm of Yesterday and the Convenience of Tomorrow" and has a two storey lobby that defies description. All of the guest rooms ...
... went our own ways. we both had a few resources for a place to stay for the night and we knew without saying it that we were on the street now, and that life is lived alone. I headed off in search of a Quaker Meeting house to stay at, while he took off to hopefully find a friend that could set him up with work. I didn't see him again after this, we had gone on our own journeys. About a month later i texted him to see how he was doing. He was still in New mexico, broker than ...
... because of the forest fires in Colorado and New Mexico
there was a haze that hung in the valley that limited the distance that we
could see. We took a short hike along
the ridge trail enjoying the mountain air and the forest on the east side and
had wonderful views of the valley below from several rock outcroppings. Also on the hike we came across a Mule Deer
grazing on mountain grass, we watched for ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed