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... the party to the car park bringing the absinthe along for the ride. Along the way we met a lady who had a dog called Fiona and she literally gave us drunken idiots her dog to play with and she walked away. We renamed the dog Rufus and attempted many photos one of which came out good. We were banging on the windows of peoples rooms trying to get everyone out but they all stayed in bed. We were then kicked out of the car park so we ...
Had a looooong drive from Phoenix today, but we took our time and made a few unplanned stops on the way. The first was to go and see the site of where a meteor hit the earth in the Arizona desert 50,000 years ago. Even though the meteor was only the size of a double decker bus, the crater it made is 1,200 metres in diameter. Almost as exciting ha ha was when we stopped to have my first ever Taco Bell. Yum yum yum. The third stop was the best though - a ...
... the wide floodplain twice as we searched for accommodation for the night and finally ended up near the University, east of Hwy 25. We had time to quickly explore the Old Town first settled in 1706 and home to the 300 year old San Felipe de Neri church adjacent to the Plaza. We caught up with Dom to wish him Happy Birthday and discovered that Heather has a dreadful cold. Dinner was at the St. Clair Bistro with live jazz accompaniment. The St. Clair winery is New Mexico's largest - who ...
... to pay for rent and i needed it asap.
At around 5 o'clock i met up with the one guy a know in New mexico. He was and old friend from high school in Minnesota who moved down with his family about 3 years earlier. this is where things took a turn for the worst, alcohol was involved and i don't remember much of anything that night.... guess i am a stupid teenager still.
His friends were interesting, but a bit on the wild side, which truthfully i expected, ...
... Mission that has evolved into a
large Catholic Church. “Old Town” was a disappointment
to both of us. Our final point of
interest today was the “Petroglyph National Monument”, a 17 mile line of
volcanic rock on which various Native Americans scratched their symbols into
the rock. There are over 20,000 images
etched into the stone, and it is estimated that most of them were made 400 ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking