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... It was a beautiful spot with perfect weather.
Then we drove to the Tram and took it to the top of Sandia Peak for lunch. The Sandia Mountains are made up of a type of granite which is pink. When the down-going sun sets just right, it makes the mountains look pink like watermelon and thus the name. Sandia in Spanish means watermelon.
The lunch was good at 10,300 feet above sea level and ...
... had it looking virtually brand-new within 30 minutes. When we got to ABQ, we spent a couple of hours at the airport renewing the contract, and we actually ended up with a new minivan. We were therefore relieved to be returning a vehicle that wasn't (quite) such a disaster. While Shirish negotiated the contract renewal, April and the girls spread out a blanket and had a picnic at the airport; the resulting sympathy/confusion/distraction among ...
... fan of the show and when I saw that the Contiki tour was going through Albuquerque, I instantly researched most of the TV sites from the show!
After a few hours on the bus, we eventually arrived to a hot Albuquerque.
Most people decided to sit by the pool and relax but myself and one over person were desperate to find some Breaking Bad attractions.
We split a taxi and went to Jesse's dealers apartment from the ...
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July 5, Saturday
Great to reconnect with friends and fellow rv'ers Wayne and Drena Welty. They came down to their Albuquerque home from the cool shadows of their Taos cabin so we could visit a bit. We picked them up at their house in early evening to drive up to the base of the Sandia Tram to have a Mexican food dinner. ...