Hampton Inn University Midtown Albuquerque
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... such surroundings.
As we left, the lady had us each ring the bronze bell, which made some kind of cosmic bargain that we would return to Santa Fe one day.
After that we hopped the shuttle to the central plaza, where we checked out local traders and mr Asher checked out the Santa Fe Museum of history, by sneaking in the back door. This museum houses artifacts from the earliest days to the turning of the 20th century. Well worth sneaking in. After that ...
... and my father had chile Colorado. The Chile Colorado was especially flavorful. I finished the meal with the fried ice cream. The entire meal was really good and I can’t wait to return yet again.
Wednesday we had breakfast at Coco’s which was a few minutes drive from the hotel. I had PB chocolate pie, parents had the apple german pancake. Next we drove to Tohono Chul park and walked around before getting a private tour of sorts. What happened was ...
... game in Albuquerque, we were hooked up with an outdoor suite in the end zone, the home team we were supporting was the University of New Mexico, the Lobo's, which is Spanish for Timberwolves. We watched the opposition team ( University of Las Vegas) do the warm up and walk on the field and managed, the help of Carrin to get one of the players to photo bomb me, then got to walk on to the field for a look around. It was crazy to see how big the stadiums ...
... burger from hell" (great burger with a little kick) we also checked out an RV museum with historical RVs which was very interesting. Traveling has been rough as the camper is heavy we have to go below the speed limit so it results in long hours in the car. We are hoteling tonight because it rained in Albuquerque New Mexico. It's been a long drive but the fun starts soon. - ...
... listening to Thomas Dolby, Men Without Hats, Eurythmics, etc. Soon we were in the city. We stopped at a bead shop for Carol, and then worked our way northwest to what appears to be an RV clearing house, but is actually the "Balloon Fiesta" overnight RV parking lot. There are probably a thousand RV's here. Pretty cool. It was stormy when we got to town, so the evening "balloon lighting" was cancelled, but tomorrow morning's ascension is still a go.
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