Econo Lodge West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... heading into California, and ending up in Washington state.
I have done my laundry - ah yes all my stuff is good and clean and fresh tra la la, again, and while I waited for it to complete, I posted the pics from day 2 of the Balloon Fiesta and wrote a bit about that second day.
I also sorted through all my odds and ends, getting rid of the discards, and getting ready to pack it all up - there's a photo of all the stuff and the bags it must fit ...
May 29, 2015 From: Telluride, CO
From: Telluride, CO
To: Albuquerque, NM
Time: 9:05am - 5:30pm
After a great night's sleep in the high mountain air we all awoke to a sun filled morning. Billy and Kim needed to get back to the Harley dealer in ...
... 90 minutes to complete the 2/3 mile trail (yes, just two thirds of a mile) - needless to say we completed it in far less than that even reading all of the display boards. The average American must walk very slowly!
Our next base for three nights was Albuquerque, New Mexico's largest city, with us stopping on Route 66 that runs between Chicago and LA at the delightfully retro Monterey Motel. The place was run by a Polish couple originally ...
... up there so it was nice and warm in the queue. Eventually we made our way back down and I was SO happy to be back on the ground.
We said our goodbyes, (after a pic or two) and wished them a fab day at the balloon fiesta.
We drove back to the hotel, watched telly, had a chill in our jacuzzi then went to bed. What a full day. Albuquerque is our favourite city yet. We were really lucky to be able to spend some real time in such a gorgeous place.
... are pretty big, though, and my plan was to drive to the famed Sandia Crest after dinner.
Originally, I was just going to grab subs and head up the mountain, but Michelle wanted to follow Brigitte’s advice and eat some Mexican food. We found a little out-of-the-way place called El Modelo when we checked into the hotel in Rio Rancho.
The place was packed with people, and the activity in the massive open kitchen in back ...