Extended Stay America - Albuquerque - Rio Rancho
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... is one that was off to the side and isn't included in their Walk Through Time path through the museum. It was a display called Startup: The Computer Revolution. It turns out that Microsoft's first customer was MITS, who was an early personal computer company that was based in Albuquerque. Since MITS was such an important customer, Microsoft had their offices here for the first few ...
... not on the stage or go backstage. Otherwise we were free to roam the theater, upstairs and down, at our leisure. Imagine that happening in Chicago or L.A.
We walked a little on Central Avenue and came to a milepost, obviously somewhat new.
Only 1345 miles to Chicago, and 790 to L.A. Seemed like I drove a lot more than ...
We left Camp Verde @7:40 am and took Hwy 17 North on to Hwy 40E to Albuquerque, NM. Before we bypassed Flagstaff we had actually reached an altitude of 7000'. As we drove along Hwy 40E we saw a road that led to a meteor crater (largest best preserved crater in the world). We stopped at Love's fuel and bought 29.5 gal. @ $3.50/gal. For a total of $ 103.73. We drove by a road that led to the Painted Desert and Petrified Forest. As ...