Comfort Inn & Suites North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with many little houses and businesses. We went to El Pinto for lunch and it was just as delicious as it was the last time we ate there. We sat in the patio area which is so beautiful and amazing with all the plants and umbrellas. Almost like in Hawaii except that it is in an area and the plants from this arid ...
... slowly which was not adding to the comfort level of the trip. We saw no break in the clouds so far and the roads were pretty wet by now. Next came Roswell, NM. It was a bigger town than we expected. We topped off again because there were no fuel stops between Roswell and I-40. About an hour out of Roswell we stopped at a rest area to move around a little and warm up. We met a guy on a Honda who was heading to Big Spring, TX. ...
... around. Max did some push-ups in the middle of the road, and I took some video. It was completely empty, and was a highlight of the day. We entered Albuquerque after a great sunset, and had a fantastic authentic Mexican dinner at a place called Sadie's (Thanks to Julianne for the tip to check it out). Tomorrow is the highly anticipated drive through Arizona.
... while, we got chatting to a guy and his wife and also a family of sisters who were in the queue ahead of us. Blanca, Erica and Janie were on a trip from Texas for the balloon festival along with their niece and nephew Yahir and Lilian. They were such a lovely family and we had a giggle to make the time pass. The kids were so cute and asking lots of things that kids like to ask. We chatted about how cheap the fuel was in the US and how much holiday we get in ...
... t like me. It was a fantastic plateful though for $12.
After lunch we went to the plaza to listen to some music at the bandstand. To be honest we could have sat there all day in the sun. As Santa Fe is 7000ft above sea level it was hot (75F) but pleasant enough to sit in.
We left Santa Fe and back on to Route 66 for Albuquerque around 1.00pm. You could see the temperature gauge on the dashboard rise as ...