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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... We all climbed into our big vans and drove out to blow up our balloons which we all helped with. I went on with Leah, Rachel, James and Danni we had the smallest one and were all a bit nervous as we didn’t know what to expect. We started going up and the higher we got the more nervous we got and Leah sat down in the basket to avoid seeing anything as she was terrified. It got to a point where I was no longer scared ...
... when there was no distant hum of a car somewhere in the park, it was as close to pure silence as you can get in this modern world. There was something very peaceful and humbling about being in such a vast and ancient place. Drove on an got to our motel in Albuquerque just as it was starting to rain. The motel guy told us its the first rain they have had since the heat wave. Put our waterproofs on (it got pretty heavy) and went to a nearby steakhouse for ...
... came and hauled us 100 miles to Midland Texas where we decanted our possessions into a hire car. Sadly we had to dump the Bluebell Ice cream, but Wendy just didn't care at this point. We stayed in a hotel that night then drove over 300 miles to Denton near Dallas to collect a new RV. These 300 and the 100 to Midland were all in the wrong direction! We spend a couple of hours going through the formalities ...
... in a far off country.
and being in a room with che guavara flags on the wall still totally convinced i was in a revolutionary war zone. trying to have a conversation with a sober guy who couldn't understand a thing i was saying. Again not a a high point in my life.
Day 3 The next morning i woke up at 2 in the afternoon with a massive hangover in the room from the night before with che guavara flags on the wall.
i check my pockets...... Empty! No wallet, ...
The RV park we stayed in last
night was a great facility and one that we would use again. From Gallup we headed south on AZ Rt. 602,
and then East on AZ Rt. 53 to “El Morro National Monument”. The drive was very interesting as we passed through
the Navajo Indian Reservation, the scenery changed frequently and the time
passed quickly. The principal attraction at El Morro National
Monument is a huge sandstone rock cliff ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed