Crossland Economy Studios - Albuquerque - Northeast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Indulunk Santa Fé-be. A város az egyik legrégebbi település az USÁ-ban (pontosabban: a második legrégebbi) és a legrégebbi állami főváros: 1610 óta Új Mexikó fővárosa. A hajdan itt élt indiánok gazdag kulturális öröksége, a táj szépsége és az elviselhető, száraz klíma rengeteg művészt és írót vonzott a városba a XX. század eleje …
... staff may well have contributed to the aforementioned negotiations.
In any event, we were all very happy to roll into the home of our dear friends Eli and Alyson, and their lovely children Carsten and Piia, in Corrales. Eli and Alyson were our neighbors in Saipan (the first year), and we'd managed to stay in touch despite both families' wanderings during the intervening 6 years. It was remarkable to see how much our respective broods had grown ...
... to build, insects to check out (and handle if you were keen) and so much more. Exhibits were both inside and outside and every child and adult there seemed to be entralled with a huge smile on their face. In the afternoon they had a scientist do cool experiments with liquid nitrogen - he deflated balloons, froze and smashed brocolli, affected bouncy balls, seperated oxygen in a test tube and lots more. It was a fun demonstration and once he had finished he took the ...
... shops and visiting with the shopkeepers. Everyone was friendly and eager to tell us about their jewelry, artwork, pottery, etc. Although I saw some beautiful jewelry of White Buffalo turquoise and Boulder/Ribbon turquoise, I resisted buying because I have a lot of turquoise at home. HOWEVER, I won’t guarantee that I’ll make it out of Santa Fe empty-handed!!! This is beautifully unique jewelry!
... that green chile are the defacto state.....vegetable, spice, whatever they are. They're pretty spicy and put a zing into anything you add them to....which around here can be anything from sauces to ice cream. The chili on the chilidog was no different...as it was chock full of green chile. This stuff was pretty zingy!
We finished our dogs and headed back to the motorhome. Tomorrow is another moving day.....and we have a nasty mess of ...