Courtyard Albuquerque Airport
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... from the hotel and were able to walk right in. The waitress brought out baskets of chips and salsa. As we started dipping we noticed the heat of the salsa, extremely hot, even for me. It seemed to be made with habanero peppers. We asked for milder, but this was the only version they make... too hot to eat. We ordered our meals (enchiladas and tacos). Steve and I ordered beef brisket ...
... of authentic Mexican food, most of which was eaten for lunch the next day too. On Monday morning we drove to just north of the city to catch the sky tram up to the top of the surrounding mountain range. From here we had an incredible view of the city of Albuquerque and the mountains to the distance, many of which were still snow-capped. Apparently the height of the mountain we were on is higher above sea level than ...
Sonja gave us some ideas of things to see in the Albuquerque area while we are here. It is very helpful to have someone that has lived in an area give feedback on activities and "must see" places. We packed a picnic and headed toward the Albuquerque volcanoes, in Petroglyph National Monument. George was so excited about the possibilities, I imagined flowing lava. ...
... s Worst Road Trip Song, which consisted of everyone singing songs such as "It's a Small World", "Tiki Room","Imagination" (from Figment), and others, all at the same time. We arrived back at my grandparents' house tired, but quite giddy and happy. We told them all about the trip and the drive home while enjoying Dion's Pizza.
We had such a great trip to Utah. We saw so many beautiful sights, and enjoyed seeing them all with family.
... but an atmospheric effect known as the “Albuquerque Box” makes precision flying possible. The “box” is a set of predictable wind patterns that balloon navigators can take advantage of to change direction by varying their altitude, thus staying with a confined area.
Headed north to the Coronado State Monument next which is along the Rio Grande and is where Coronado with 300 soldiers entered the valley ...