Comfort Inn Rio Rancho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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To quote an old song, "My bags are packed and I'm ready to go."
Well to be completely truthful, my bags are only pretty much packed and I don't know if I am ready to go. On all my other trips, in the not so distant past, being ready to go was never a problem. If anything was forgotten or over looked it was easy to remember that there is a Walmart on every corner of every city between where I am and where ...
... need surely can be found in Cairns. So, yes, I am ready.
So what am I worried about?
Snorkeling would be fun and I did it in Hawaii. so what is there to worry about? --- I understand they ring a bell if a Great White Shark is spotted. So why worry?
Relaxing on the beach is always nice. So what is there to worry about? I understand they have Salt Water Crocodiles who like to hunt on the tourist beaches. Why won't anyone tell ...
... on". A mantra all of us should live by every day.
I am not sorry for including so many pictures of open road because every bend I come around offers more sensational views than the last one. My route takes me through Lincoln County, where Billy the Kid made his last escape from the courthouse back in 1881.
Every time I stop and step out of the car for photographs, total silence ...
... a ledge only a few feet wide that was cut out from the sandstone cliff, with a fairly steep drop off to the valley floor below. Looking out from the ledge, we saw dozens of large, smooth sandstone formations, and even a few small arches. The ledge led around a tall cliff wall, and then reached an opening. As we turned this last bend, we gasped, because there before us sat Delicate Arch! We had made it! And it was so worth it.
... a few miles until we could get onto Central Avenue, Route 66. One of the first attractions is the giant lumberjack atop the May Cafe. It was a 'rescue' from Duke City Lumber. Further along was the Aztec Motel; it is now resting in motel heaven. The campus of the University of New Mexico is situated on Central Avenue on the north ...