Fairfield Inn & Suites Albuquerque Airport
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The day began with an early start. Our destination is Albuquerque, New Mexico with several stops along the way. We toured the Meteor Crater near Winslow, Arizona. This is the best preserved meteor site in the world. The crater is large-imagine 50 footballs fields on the bottom with 2 million fans watching in the stands. Our second stop was the …
... would always be the last to get back onto the coach. They would go missing and then suddenly return with bags full of memorabilia. The woman seemed to bully the man into to doing things he didn't want, and he would follow in her wake with his walking stick. I was amazed at the amount of toilet breaks they needed, especially considering we hadn't gotten anywhere yet.
'Is there a restroom' The lady screeched (despite having being told that we were about to stop ...
After this we went into Old Town. It was here that you could find little independent shops that sold all sorts of nick nacks. It was quite strange here as it was more like the Old West and was certainly different to modern New Mexico. A couple were also getting married under the band stand there.
Overall, another busy day but very enjoyable. Not long till the end of my visit now so trying to make the most of it!
For some reason, i woke up at 6am, but once i was up, i
showered, dressed, started to pack and also to download the pictures
from my camera. Then at 7am i went down to breakfast, then back to
the room and got ready for the day, finished packing and then took
bags to the coach.
At 7.45am we left and i spent the first part of the trip
watching the hangover, updating, sorting my pictures, then i slept
for a bit. Our first ...
After Dawn Patrol we walked the grounds watching people set up. We talked to the Airabelle (cow balloon) pilot and asked if the cow would finally launch today. While it inflated every day, it never launched. He said the conditions were finally good and Airabelle would fly. Hurray! Airabelle is so big (80 feet tall, 120 feet long, envelope currently weights about 1500 pounds) she requires a huge landing site so the wind has to be in ...