Days Inn of Rio Rancho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... going. I find myself truly hoping that there won't be a Walmart on every corner of Australia. I know that I will not be able to escape seeing the golden arches and know that Big Macs can be purchased in even the most remote of locales. There are some advantages to being a vegetarian and knowing that if I avoid the hamburger pits in this country I can easily justify avoiding their transplants. But now I am forced ...
... it is they are hunting?
They even have birds which look like dinosaurs. Cassowaries would be interesting to see. So what is there to worry about? A quick tour of YouTube and Jurassic Park is no longer a work of fiction.
And finally in the realm of reality - Riding on an airplane for hours and hours and hours. So what is there to worry about? --- Since the back surgery I can't sit or stand or walk for any length of time and unless ...
... go upstairs until much later. I don't think going through in the wrong order mattered.
If you go through in the recommended sequence, it starts with an exhibit on the origins of life on Earth. The exhibit told the latest scientific theories and didn't make any concessions due to religion. Next are three exhibits of fossils from the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. Most of ...
... the south side contains restaurants and shops conducive to a university population. Perhaps with a few too many tattoo parlors. But I guess that is the times we are in.
If I haven't said it before, route 66 offers two kinds of attractions: historical and kitschy. The lumberjack belongs to the latter, the KiMo theater to ...
There's a lot to do here such as Sandia Peak Tramway or take the Railrunner train to Santa Fe. We chose to follow the old Route 66 through town and check out all the old adobe motels,etc. Then we drove to Old Downtown Albuqueruqe for lunch ...