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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... Fiona back to her owner and Rachel and jay came out and took me to bed. I stumbled into the room and tried to be quiet not to annoy Leah to much but she was just laughing and after a drunken shower we fell asleep.
We got up super early about 4:30am the next day got dressed and met in the lobby still pitch black outside for our hot air balloon ride and the ones I was out with the night before and I were still a little ...
... called the Petrified forest. Don't imagine an actual forest. This is all desert but millions of years ago it was a flood plain with lots of rivers and streams. When a volcano erupted, the ash and silt petrified the wood from the trees so they are still preserved like that today. It's 28 miles long and you have to drive through it, but we stopped to just take in the atmosphere and amazing views of miles and miles of different coloured rocks and sand. In ...
... fully later on what has been a challenging, spontaneous, aggravating but also sometimes charming part of our journey, but for now I will summarise and let the pictures tell the story.
Briefly.......... we reached Fort Stockton, which is one of the more remote parts of Texas and the RV broke down. During the night Wendy fell ill with a stomach bug and spent a lot of time hugging the loo. A recovery ...
... the bottle came around i was trying to impress a bit, so i killed the bottle and then convinced everyone to get another. then drank a ton of that. The cool part though was that we were drinking in a ditch at the base of the mountains, rather amazing actually. That night i wondered drunk around the suberburbs of albuquerque, blacked out.... not a high point of my life. i only have 2 memories from that night.
Hiding behind a bush next to a road convinced i was in a ...
... years ago, but some may be 2,000 to 3,000 years old; most are not accessible
to the public but many are. There are
several hikes originating from 3 different points, we chose to take two short
hikes in the Boca Negra Canyon. Unlike
many other Petroglyph sites here we were able to get right up to the rock; it
was amazing to be able to look at the carvings so close that you could see
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed