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... all your creature comforts. Fifth, and this is the all important one, you have a pot to use anytime you have need!!!
Today was not only an absolutely beautiful drive from the panhandle of Texas into Albuquerque, NM but it was also a challenging one. The wind just blows nonstop it seems! I'm not talking breezy either! I'm talking steady, strong, make the birds fly sideways kind of wind! Actually, come to think of it....there were no birds in the air. Now I know why ...
... to fight with them.....but it wasn't posted, there were no signs, etc. Back east, they post where the boundaries are so you'll know how far back to stay.
Laurie finally finished with the cell company and we headed on down route 66. We stopped at an old road side bar with a very large parking lot. We looped around in the parking lot, which was right by the train tracks. I planned on taking pics from there....it's off the right of way ...
... and then on our last day, take a hot air balloon flight with hundreds of other balloons. The thought of riding in a hot air balloon was exciting....but doing it with tons of other balloons in the scenic west was the icing on the cake.
Clear blue skies, calm winds and mild temperatures are the norm in Albuquerque, encouraging year-round hot air ballooning and enabling more than 300 resident balloonists (more than any other state) to fly hot air ...
... way. Not much in the way of towns and certainly no attractions beyond the scenery itself. This whole area is very poor. Beyond ranching there is little of no industry. A little oil pumping and exploration and maybe a little mining. All the pictures in the blog were taken by Lynn out the window of the Minnie. They came out pretty good. In one ...
... replica items. We bypassed the rest of the museum and headed instead into Old Town.
Church Street Cafe looks like a tiny adobe hovel from the outside, but the inside is massive and lined with the shiniest Saltillo tile I've seen in New Mexico. We had enchiladas and chile rellenos on the garden patio, then wandered a little more, ending at the San Felipe church. I stood nervously at the door, never sure of the protocol in such ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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