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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Feeling adventurous today - we scheduled an (early) morning balloon ride. We had never been in or up in a hot air balloon before so let's just say this was our first experience floating in the air in a basket, being lifted by a giant blanket. To top it off, our pilot was joke-telling guy who could use some new jokes. But he was nice and we did eventually land safely... with a bump.
I didn't ...
... Trail...how people go from ABQ to Santa Fe when they want scenery not freeway.
Cedar Crest...Tinkertown Museum***. Been wanting to see it since our first trip through ABQ. (Sharon/John: think UCM museum in Abita Springs)
Madrid (maaa-drid)...artist's town stuck in the 60s. Good coffee. (Bought a used cookbook for Alyssa from Harry Carey's restaurant in Chicago. Spent ...
... our long drive home. We listened to more Karen Kingsbury audio books and just relaxed. All too soon school will start and their won't be any down time so we enjoyed it while we could. We saw a beautiful rainbow on the way home and also some lightening in the distance. We saw a pretty sunset and then continued on in the dark. We got home late. It was a whirlwind trip but so worth it. Love Disneyland, love time with my family and love doing special things together.
... pictures of Saguaro cactus with a blue lake as the back drop. Plenty of people were on the lake boating, water skiing and swimming - all trying to escape the high temperatures, I imagine.
Soon we arrived at the old west settlement of Tortilla Flat. We've been here before and remembered the wonderful prickly pear ice cream! We couldn't pass by without stopping for this great ice cream. We sat on a bench outside and with the old rustic ...
... Recreation Area. Our first stop was the waterfall which we had heard you could swim in. It was a short hike (1/2 mile) to the falls and Clare walked the whole way herself. A nice break for our backs! Not surprisingly the water was freezing cold but Bruce and the kids still waded in.
We took a vote and decided to do the 4 mile hike to McCauley Warm Springs knowing that ...