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... knew that! ABQ is not as pristine or quaint as Santa Fe, but a great city, buzzing with 19000 students at the University and a lot of atmosphere and buzz. We liked it very much.
A quiet afternoon ensued, sometimes you have to take time out and read, write a few postcards and do the washing. We wandered around the shops in the Old Town and just relaxed. We have a long day of driving ahead tomorrow to Holbrook, Arizona and into the next ...
... was around the corner but the entrance to the garage was closed. We found a spot on the street to go in and ask where to unload and at that time we were given a parking pass to enter the garage. The room wasn’t ready but we stored the bags and then split up to look around the area. I went to the Loretto Chapel, Kakawa Chocolate, where I had a hot chile chocolate drink. They had about 7 kinds of drinking chocolate and let you sample them before ordering. I also bought ...
... The Sandia Peak Tramway starts in the desert realm of Cholla cactus and soars to the pines atop 10,678 Sandia Peak. It is the biggest Tramway in the world and takes fifteen minutes to get to the top. On Friday 11th we went to the evening event called Special Shape Glowdeo. This is when all the unusual shaped balloons fill up with hot air on the field and turn the burners on in the dark, but do not take off. I was shocked to see that the public can ...
Our day was mostly filled with driving. Lots and lots of driving. We left Kearny, Nebraska with a final destination of Albuquerque via Denver. That's over 800 miles of driving! So, we ate our quick breakfast at the hotel and got on our way. We saw more corn fields and a few wheat fields but not much else along the way. There's places in Nebraska I would enjoy visiting but our trip was coming to an end so we ...
... we all talked and enjoyed the morning. We did numerous family pictures. The entire family wasn't there but we get what we can when we can. All too soon it was time to say goodbye and start our drive back home. I know the baby will change so much even when we come back in a month. They don't stay newborns long at all. But it will be fun to look forward to coming back in a month and visiting again.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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