Crossland Economy Studios - Albuquerque - Northeast
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... were fortunate to see the northbound Amtrak 'South West Chief' service on its journey from LA to Chicago - the rail equivalent of Route 66! We also managed to eat at The Standard Diner which was the first real 'Diners, Drive-ins and Dives' venue we have visited on this trip, other we have eaten in probably fell into each of these categories, but only this one had featured on the TV show of the same name.
We have so far been fortunate and ...
... would have been even better to have been able to spend even more time there but aside from eat there there wasn't much else to do at that time of the evening.
En route back to the hotel we stopped again at The Old Town Plaza to see it at night. It was really beautiful. I had a minor accident on the way out of the car park. I put the car into drive instead of reverse (I thought I could just drive out of the space) ...
... NOT like. On went his Thundershirt. Percipitation heavy enough to knock out satellite reception for a period of time. Wifi started out seeming good but non-existent after rain. Been so long since we’ve seen rain that the sights and smells afterward were REFRESHING.
July 2, Wednesday
Kind of kicked back and didn’t do much today other than Pete and I did an 8+ mile bike ride getting the ‘lay of the ...
... I am unsure how much she bought, but it's measured in tens of pounds. We marvel at an amazing selection of different meats.....it's a real butcher shop and they know how to cut that stuff up! They had everything from steak to chicken's feet and beef feet. It is meat paradise.....and a vegan's nightmare. Maybe that's why I loved it so much.
We move from El Mezquite to Pro's Ranch Market, possibly my favorite grocery store on the planet. It is ...