Comfort Inn & Suites North
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... and under roughly the same circumstances. The Old Town area here is smaller than the one in Santa Fe, but consists of a similar mix of shops and restaurants. The walking tour was good--the docent took us to some spots we certainly would not have found on our own, such as a religious carving in a tree and the site of the first school in Albuquerque. She also told us some great stories about the early Spanish settlers who, having ...
... and were covered by water, the silica and mineral rich water was absorbed into the wood and all wood and fiber tissue was replaced by silica and minerals which over time turned into rock!!! The end result is logs and stumps that look like logs from a distance but when you get up close and look at and touch them, they are hard and smooth to the touch and contain a huge array of colors and hues within the wood itself. We have included some pictures, but they probably don't do it ...
... in a town called Amarillo and there was another time zone change. Amarillo is famous for its "Big Texas 72 ounce steak challenge". That’s 2.1 kg’s steak and a big baked potato, shrimp cocktail, bread roll, and salad that has to be eaten within an hour. The prize is a free meal, certificate and your name on the wall. If you don’t finish it, it costs $72. Three guys from the tour will be competing ...
... a new light cover for one of our lights up top that had broken off. The only thing we didn't buy was a sealant to fill in the little whole in the door. They only had huge containers of it and we didn't need that much so we are going to hit up a hardware store that has more variety.
After leaving Camping World we drove through Albuquerque to check out the city and decide what we want to do tomorrow when they get here. It is a cool ...
... Moab before we got there and on reaching there we could see why. Two stunning parks and at camp later that night we also discovered that it has the most sensational night sky as well. There were many occassions when we had sat out late at night looking at the stars but Moab was definately the best place to view the stars and constellations without a doubt. I have lost count of the number of shooting stars I saw and I spent my first night sleeping outside ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed