Country Inn & Suites Albuquerque Airport
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... The divided hwy really didn't offer any better scenery than the interstate does, especially that section of Texas.
We stopped at a rest stop so the guys could stretch their legs, and so Nick could run the car for a few minutes (recommended in the car manual). Oops, dead battery. And no jumper cables. 104 degrees outside! A kind trucker lent us his cables and Nick was able to get the car started. Just to ...
We head back west towards the motorhome. I shoot one place with my film gear and realize that I may not have fast enough film for what I want to do shooting neon. So I fall back to my digital and shoot a few neon pics for the travel blog. We shoot our way back west towards the motor home and finally arrive.
It's been a hectic day. I'm tired and worn out. ...
Well it rained and it rained and it rained. So nice to go to sleep with the sound of rain on the roof. It was still quite warm so we had the A/c on as well until the wee small hours. We were so glad that as luck would have it we were in Santa Rosa Lake State Park when the storm hit and not Palo Duro as we would probably have been stranded by some flood waters. As it was we waded through water to get to the toilet block in the morning but there was no issue with flooding. ...
... September. Would I! They pointed out the direction of their house, just in case I made it back to The States at fiesta time. Their description of the festivities and food sounded wonderful.
On we went though, towards Arizona through Acoma, Grants (where Viv and I stayed after getting lost at Chaco Canyon in 2011) and Gallup, loving the Road and the many sections of Old Route to drive. We were never far from the I40 in this section though. Just before - ...
... at least Terry had the decency to keep his shirt on. Next morning Monday, it was west again towards Holbrook and the painted desert. The road was that which had always wanted to drive through in America, desert, rock formations, lava fields, tumble weeds the lot. Terry went mad with the camera when he wasn't driving. Then into Arizona, the road trip here was not quite as impressive as through New Mexico but great all the same. Before arriving ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Inn & Suites Albuquerque Airport
Although the neighborhood looks a bit seedy, hotel was very clean and comfortable. Great staff. Kind of a quirky internet connection though.
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