Suburban Extended Stay Albuquerque
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... for our first restroom break)
The guide confirmed this and then lo and behold before leaving Las Vegas we came to a restroom. After around ten minutes the rest of us sat on the bus waiting and then eventually the couple returned with a Sausage and Egg Mac Muffin breakfast for each of them. Patiently we waited as they struggled onto the bus until eventually the tour began.
After around thirty minutes of driving the landscape began to change dramatically. ...
... cars and caravans here reminding us of how travel was taken so many years ago. Nothing like some of the modern RV’s that you see on the road these days.
I think how relaxing it must have been, not so much a rush, no mobile phones, no emails or facebook, not even any travel blogs like this one. I think they had it over us modern travellers.
... the day we left. Once we got settled in it was time to go meet Dorothy and Jason, Ross's potential boss's. We went to a tapas place and got to know each other a bit, no work talk was allowed for this meeting. This was nobody's first rodeo..... Conversation went well and they ended up taking us back to their house to watch the sunset and lightning storm. After hours of story telling it was late so they drove us back to our new home away from ...
... of the mountain (no summer lifts running yet--that's just fine because they looked REALLY old!), the lack of ice (well, that's what I had heard was found at the top), and the beer (ok, I tried a local porter on the bright sunny deck).
Sweaty and dusty we headed back to a cute outdoor pool and hot tub where happy hour just started and we enjoyed ...
... they're dust or rain. Every now and then the sun cuts through the clouds and lights up the Sandia mountains and they're just gorgeous. We head to the part of the city at the base of the Sandias and wind up in a park with walking trails. The vantage is perfect...with an unobstructed view of the mountains. Consequently, I set up my film gear and burn some film....between wind gusts.
At this point, we're losing the light...and when you're working ...