Crossland Economy Studios - Albuquerque - Northeast
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... 78 football fields.
It’s all very colourful, the balloons are huge and mostly bright and beautiful and they move so gently and gracefully. There are a number of ‘shaped’ balloons, many of animal characters. I got close to the Re/max balloon which is one we are all familiar with. There are more than 500 balloons in the Fiesta. The crowd was huge and totally ...
... Park system of geologic treasures, to Telluride, CO., and back to Albuquerque. A total of 1,852 miles in every type of weather with the exception of snow. We all got along extremely well and genuinely enjoyed each other's company. The ladies endured, with great spirit, the many physical challenges of being on a ...
... a walk instead along part of the crest trail for great views over Albuquerque.
Our New Mexico adventure finished off in Santa Fe, the state capital, which was an hours drive north of Albuquerque using I-25. We considered catching the 'Rail Runner' train (which would have taken over an hour and a half each way) but the timetable did not really work for us nor would it give us any real flexibility. Santa Fe had a really nice old city ...
... really interesting. We were lucky once again with numbers of people, considering it was the weekend I thought there would be more families, but maybe there was something else on? As the History and Science was right next door to the other museum we were keen to see (same parking lot) we went back to the RV for morning tea, then off to IExplora! for some interactive fun. This is advertised as a childrens museum but all the adults that we saw, with or iwthout chidlren ...
... We both ordered a Mexican plate (kind of a grab bag of several different items), which ended up being WAY more food than necessary. It’s basically one of those Styrofoam three-partition clam shell plates filled to the brim with a mix of beef, beans, rice, peppers, a small bit of ribs, chicken, and tortillas, all kind of thrown in wherever they fit. On top of that, they throw in a bag of sopapillas. We could have split one and been ...