Extended Stay America - Albuquerque - Rio Rancho
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The large planes all have computer style screens in the seats above the tray tables. On the flight over I was hoping to sleep and did not bother with head phones. To my left, the young man began scrolling through titles. I kept glancing over to see what all was offered. He made his selection, the title of which I do not know.
I have watched war movies and adventure movies but I have ...
... not give me their blessings to leave. They only approve of traveling in the motor home and only when they are the co-pilot and navigator. Upon my return, I do hope that they will not have not been baked into a pie. Unfortunately, I fear that they will bark at every car. Yowl at every stranger. Grumble at every noise. And simply find a myriad of ways to make their displeasure known. Maybe I could promise to ...
After a bike ride around Santa Fe, the Plaza, and the New Mexico capitol building, we packed up the trusty Highlander, checked out of our wonderful little hotel and hit the road. Rather than take the interstate to Albuquerque and thence to our destination, Rio Rancho, we drove the Turquoise Trail.
It's a 56 miles two lane ...
... in the museum. Art work from that time period that is on loan from our government is also displayed here. Nice museum.
We headed south for about seven miles back to the Sandia Resort and Casino on Tramway road. Nice casino and hotel and we were allowed to stay overnight in the parking lot facing the Sandia Mts. There were about ten other RV’s that were already set up. We had dinner in the casino. This casino and hotel was ...
... Duffy! So, we waited just a short time and got great pictures with Duffy. He is just too adorable. We also went and did pictures with Christmas Donald Duck. He had white snow flakes all over him. We couldn't leave Disney without a Mickey pretzel and we especially like the Jalapeno Cheese stuffed ones! So, while the girls rode the Silly Symphony swings, Greg and I got pretzels for everyone. We were still full from all the food we had eaten on this trip ...