Suburban Extended Stay Albuquerque
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... during the drive. Another reason why the small town was awesome. The streets were filled with pumpkins and halloween decorations which really matched the yellow and orange autumn leaves. They even had some men sitting on horses like olden day generals ( or something like that, in not really down on american history sorry) but it looked like something fantastic was going on that I was going to miss. ...
Another early start, and today was a particularly exciting day for me. I haven't flown for over a year, and now finally I get to step back into an aircraft that doesn't have screaming children on board. We met at the church once again to be transported to Kirkland AB so we could do our Orientation Flights or O Flights. This is exactly the same as the air cadets AEF flights. When ...
... to graffiti?
The Cadillac Ranch was about 10 miles outside of town so we took the Fiat and left the pups to guard the RV. You can see the attraction from the road, it looks just like you've seen in pictures. A short walk to the car graveyard, and we went to work. Everything is already painted so we painted over a few spots to make our mark. I did 2 artistic pieces, one of our names and the date and one paying homage to my ...
... to work well. Read about Nob Hill, the area near the University of New Mexico, so rode out Route 66 in search of a decent restaurant in that area. Good luck with that. As noted in my review, Route 66 was VERY disappointing. Back to Old Town, had dinner at good place, High Noon. Good margaritas, my first green chile cheeseburger. Liked it! We are about ready to move on. Good friends in Texas, and Florida is beckoning!
... We get changed and head to the rooftop bar at the Parq Central Hotel (thanks to a recommendation in the NY Times), we get there just in time for the best view of the sunset. The hotel and bar are super cool and if I were ever in Albuquerque again this would be a must. I actually took a photo of the menu because the drink I had was so delicious (it was the Summer Smash if you're wondering). Dinner is at Sophia's Place, which appeared on Diners, Drive ...