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Comfortable room, looks like a nice selection of breakfast foods for the complimentary breakfast tomorrow morning.
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Today we drove from Albuquerque to Roswell (New Mexico). We planned on taking the Tramway up to Sandia Peak before we left Albuquerque, but as we got closer, we saw that it did not go to the peak, but to a lower elevation. When we got to to the entrance of the Tramway parking lot, they wanted to charge us to park there (there were no other parking …
... eats popcorn for breakfast? Peter slept through the 2 lots of popping again, I give up, might as well stay awake now. After breakfast set off west again on I-40 towards Amarillo (cannot ever see that without the song starting in your head) but go south just before the city to go to Palo Duro Canyon which is apparently the 2nd deepest canyon in the US after the Grand Canyon. It was well worth the trip, absolutely beautiful rock formations and ...
... were many locals saying prayers in the church. we then headed to the Loretto chapel built in 1873 which the miraculous staircase stood a remarkable work of art and craftsmanship, this too was a beautiful little chapel. The unexplainable helix shaped spiral staircase has left many baffled for years as to how the structure does not collapse. Here is what Wikipedia has to say : Needing a way to get up to the choir loft the nuns prayed for St. Joseph's intercession for ...
... that dotted the landscape, filling the car with the pungent burning smell of black gold... texas tea... oil, I mean..
At some point we crossed into New Mexico, which didn't look a lot different from Texas at this point.
We ended a long day's drive at Roswell, America's home of crashed alien spacecraft. I watched the skies for a while, but wouldn't you know it... nothing but a nice sunset and a skyful of stars.
... highways are so boring. Can't really explain the vast emptiness of the landscape, just mile after mile of desert shrubland. Get to Carlsbad and then up a really steep winding road to the Caverns, buy a senior years pass to the national parks as it's only a little more expensive at $80 and covers us both for free entries to all others. Unbelievable how immense the opening to these caves are and they were only really discovered by a 16year old boy Jim White ...