Econo Lodge West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sky. We would bundle up grab our chairs, coffee and cameras and sit right in front of our homes while all these balloons flew towards us and hovered over us. Quite a few landed around us. This went on for several hours, so we had to break out the champagne and finish this amazing experience with mimosas. We experienced this for the first 6 days of the 9 day event. The wind changed and so for the last 3 days the balloons went away from us.
Not only did we have the fantastic ...
... After we had eaten, awards were given out and we watched the video that Jane put together, and even got some copies to take home.
Overall my experience in New Mexico was the most amazing and eye opening experience of my life. I have gained new perspectives of the world and it has certainly changed my character. I now want to go travelling around the world even more, and I certainly want to return to New Mexico at some point.
Next day will be an early flight back to D.C
... anal suspicion that is rumoured to plague the major American airport. We had our fingers scanned, passport stamped and sped on through to the baggage claim. The speed we had just travelled at didn't was really made redundant here as we had to wait for our bags to be unloaded. This is the only airport I have ever been to where my bags aren't automatically just out through to my next flight; surprising for such a supposedly superior and advanced world airport. After ...
... big deal the charro is, and the ten "tests" of charro competitions. Interesting. Then, we planned to take a walking tour of Old Town, but tours are not given during winter. So, decided to drive north on Rio Grande Blvd., paralleling the river, to see what kind of vantage points were available. Went into the Rio Grande Nature Center. They had several walking loops down by the river, ...
... memorializes the Spanish over the Native Americans. This attempt at colonization did nothing more than stunt people who did well enough alone without the colonists.
Back to the hotel for an early dinner and off once again to the Balloon Park for the Glowdeo and fireworks. Glowdeo is a static display of the balloons at night where they pulse propane into the balloons to the delight ...