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... he was carrying in his truck! I know, some would say I'm profiling, but I'm just being honest. It's a crazy world we live in right now. Stan returned his cables, offered to pay him something for his help but he declined and so Stan told him.....May God bless you for your kindness.
The American RV Resort was a welcome sight at the end of the day. It had been a wonderful and yet challenging leg of our journey. We got ourselves set up and grilled some dinner, just in ...
... famous for. We drive into the city and start seeing old places with cool signs. We go to the Standard Diner in downtown for our dinner. It's not a real original diner....it's only about 8 years old. But the food is exceptionally good....it's kinda like an upscale fancy diner place. Dinner was superb.
We leave from Standard Diner and head east, checking out the neon as we go. If you do neon here......you're probably a wealthy man. There's ...
... Mountains (at an elevation of 7,000 feet), Santa Fe is brimming with reminders of nearly four centuries of Spanish and Mexican rule. We enjoyed walking the streets and stopping in the shops. The town is very artistic and is full of artist studios with various paintings ranging in styles from modern to classical.
Our last morning in New Mexico was suppose to be the grand finale. We awoke and started driving before the sun to meet the hot air balloon ...
... out any action for Cinco de Mayo. There wasn't much going on and we couldn't even get a margarita at the Haciendo del Rio because the were in the midst of renewing their liquor license! After a late lunch we returned back to the resort and ...
... as this is unfortunately never to be taken for granted. Housing development and a Highway have already compromised this site.
We found the Road again and headed for Los Lunas. On the outskirts of Albuquerque on Isleta Blvd - pre '37 66 - we spotted the Road Runner and The Blue Castle, both 66 icons. Lots of old motels and other wrecked buildings line the road on our way from Los Lunas to Laguna. Passing through a pueblo I spotted a Post Office and we ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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