Hampton Inn University Midtown Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... staff may well have contributed to the aforementioned negotiations.
In any event, we were all very happy to roll into the home of our dear friends Eli and Alyson, and their lovely children Carsten and Piia, in Corrales. Eli and Alyson were our neighbors in Saipan (the first year), and we'd managed to stay in touch despite both families' wanderings during the intervening 6 years. It was remarkable to see how much our respective broods had grown ...
... to build, insects to check out (and handle if you were keen) and so much more. Exhibits were both inside and outside and every child and adult there seemed to be entralled with a huge smile on their face. In the afternoon they had a scientist do cool experiments with liquid nitrogen - he deflated balloons, froze and smashed brocolli, affected bouncy balls, seperated oxygen in a test tube and lots more. It was a fun demonstration and once he had finished he took the ...
We are quickly realizing that when google maps gives you directions from place to place with distance and time to make your journey it clearly doesn't take into consideration the pace at which one travels in a motorcoach. So, with that said we choose our route, add 1 1/2 - 2 hours to our ETA, and make our way down the road. Today we traveled 459 miles and that makes for a long day! In a car that would be an easy 7-8 hrs.
There are many advantages to traveling in a ...
... since we could remember seeing lava running in lava tubes on the big island of Hawaii when we did our helicopter tour.
From the lava tube it was a 3 mile loop trail to the top of the old volcano, passing some neat sinkholes and lava trench along the way. At the top, we saw the cinder cone that was thrown up and out of the crater during one of the eruptions, and then the crater itself...now hundreds of years ...
... out. So we moved the party next door to Anna’s room. Moments later we were kicked out from here too. Anna stayed behind and me Sarah, Corey, Tim, James & Ash moved the party to the car park bringing the absinthe along for the ride. Along the way we met a lady who had a dog called Fiona and she literally gave us drunken idiots her dog to play with and she walked away. We renamed the dog Rufus and attempted many photos one of which came out good. We were banging on ...