Econo Lodge Albuquerque
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... and said they said to bring it on and we had to break camp quickly. By 7:30am we had the GG there and had all packed clothes for a stay at a local Marriott hotel. Having a large quantity of points built up, has come in quite handy for our emergency hotel room needs. Once the GG was delivered, we traveled back to the RV park to eat breakfast and make plans for the day. <b><i><u>Fairfield Inn, ...
... up for a bit of rain. Oh and it got down to 5 C at Gallup! A bit chilly for us Queenslanders.
We passed an exit named "Continental Divide" shortly after getting into New Mexico - so from now on the rivers flow east I presume.
However, approaching Albuquerque, just as were about to turn off to the Petroglyph National Monument, it started pouring down. ...
... clocks had gone back and hour do it was actually now 3.45pm. After settling ourselves in with a liqueur coffee and a shower, we strolled in to Downtown. We stopped by in the Brazilian steakhouse for a bear and cocktail first. Afterwards we walked on to find somewhere to eat, passing a much longer queue of scary looking people waiting to get in to a club, an event night it seemed. Having walked towards the bottom end of downtown, we were drawn in to the 'launch pad', a ...
... Desert, so we saw both by driving along just one road. We started at the Rainbow Forest in the southern end of the park; this had the most spectacular specimens and distribution of petrified wood, in my opinion. Some of the wonderful coloration even came through in the photos! The quantity of huge logs of petrified wood, just laying around on the ground, was mind boggling to me. I didn't have any idea ...
... have just gone to Disney, he was actually upset that no one told him that was an option.
And that's how I ended up driving 11 hours from our home in Monument, Colorado to a hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We checked in just as everyone in the lobby was shouting, Happy New Year! and downing their drinks. Not the most exciting New Year I have ever spent, but I mean, I finished a book in the car so...there's ...