Econo Lodge Old Town
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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(Ok I stole "Opening Farewell" from Jackson Browne**, but it's one of those phrases which has stuck in my head for 35+ years)
It will take a few days to drive home, and for the sake of completeness, I will update this blog as I go. So ... this is just the 'opening farewell'.
It is too soon to try to assimilate what the journey ...
... past Albuquerque which we decide would be a good place to stop. With our Passport membership, it is only $20/night—which is a good price.
Since we have been unsuccessful so far getting propane, we decided we would try once we were on the road.
We stopped at 2 difference truck stops/gas stations to get propane; they both trade out bottles, but do not sell propane by the gallon.
It’s New Year’s Eve and ...
... EVENT. NEXT MORNING I WOKE UP REAL EARLY...5:00 AM. BY 5:30 AM I WAS ON MY WAY WALKING TOWARD THE BALLOON FIELD WITH A GROUP FROM THE HOTEL. IT WAS COLD AND IT WAS A GOOD THING I WAS WEARING LOTS OF LAYERS. WE WALKED ABOUT TWO MILES, BUT FROM A MILE AWAY I COULD SEE MANY OF THE BALLOONS WERE READY TO BE LET LOOSE. AND MANY MORE WERE GETTING READY. WELL, YOU CAN SEE THE PICTURES!!!!
... we will be returning with our RV Club in early October for the ABQ Balloon Festival, we just relaxed, strolled Old Town and memory lane.
We did have lunch at the La Hacienda Restaurant & Cantina located in Old Town at 302 San Felipe St NW. The food and drinks were delicious and the atmosphere was truly old world Spanish Colonial. We sat on the patio so we could enjoy ...
... times when you would look down at a fissure and would wonder just how far down does that go? Of course the kids always threw a rock or two down and would wait to hear it hit the bottom. Some took longer than others. Along with the lava, we went to the Sandstone Bluffs and also to the large arch. It was a nice break during our long drive ahead.
The wind started to blow around 50 mph so we cut the drive a little ...