Crossland Economy Studios - Albuquerque - Northeast
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After this we went into Old Town. It was here that you could find little independent shops that sold all sorts of nick nacks. It was quite strange here as it was more like the Old West and was certainly different to modern New Mexico. A couple were also getting married under the band stand there.
Overall, another busy day but very enjoyable. Not long till the end of my visit now so trying to make the most of it!
... in between breaths 'she knows, she knows'. What I don't understand is if you agree to have your house included as a main location for a TV show, how can you be that annoyed when people stop by and take pictures? We were only able to get one from behind a bush, in the van. Upsetting to say the least! We made our way to our couch surfer's abode. His name was Kevin and lived in a flat complex in Albuquerque. I was disappointed to find that the impressive moustache that was in ...
... big deal the charro is, and the ten "tests" of charro competitions. Interesting. Then, we planned to take a walking tour of Old Town, but tours are not given during winter. So, decided to drive north on Rio Grande Blvd., paralleling the river, to see what kind of vantage points were available. Went into the Rio Grande Nature Center. They had several walking loops down by the river, ...
I came to Albuquerque on Sunday, September 29, and have stayed in Diane's, my old Zion classmate, house since. She has a nice guest room, which is pretty much the only room in her house not undergoing renovation. While I've been here, Jim has worked on the roof, and it's almost finished. While I'm writing the blog, he's up there drilling the final holes for ...
... quick ! After the trendiness of Nob Hill I took the 66 bus ( obvs runs Route 66) into downtown area to visit the 1930s Pueblo/Deco KiMo cinema ... they let me in to wander around alone but then the security guard just told me to go in and watch the movie ( Funny Girl -Barbra's finest moment) awesome interiors and great pueblo styling - I watched about 20 mins with a mixed audience of elders, umm .. gays ...