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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After arriving at the Blue Hole of Santa Rosa and being a bit disppointed with the size of the hole and even less enamoured with the 62 degree water temperature, we ventured to Lake Park down the road. The boys had a fantastic time playing at the lake for several ...
... hand on his gun and said "what are you digging around there for sir??" In quite a stern voice. Mark and I in unison said "the driving licence". I think at that point he just resigned his thoughts to that he just reckoned we were dumb brits who couldn't drive around really bendy mountains (like duh!), and continued to give us an education the dangers of crossing the line whist we went into default tourist mode and just smiled and nod at him!! I really wanted ...
... Michelle got some great photos, including a blurry lightning shot.
When we got back to the hotel, we discovered something pretty embarrassing. Michelle said that I should just plug the camera’s memory card into the laptop…I sheepishly plugged it in and I now have access to all the photos. Unfortunately this website's picture server is acting up now, so stay tuned for lots of pictures and an audience interaction game coming soon!
... shop; Dingle berries!
When we finally toured the Museum, It was great! Lots of active snakes and everything in between. However, there was no beer there. It was all venomous animals, Andrea. We are not sampling the beers' of Route 66. We are gaining knowledge at various educational facilities...
With knowledge gained, we were off to Santa ...
... and "medical care", I told him my intention for going to Peru was not to be healed, but to find my direction in life. He was excited that was my intention because he had spent time working in highschools and witnessed the lack of direction most kids felt. He was frustrated how much pressure high schools place on students to attend secondary education, whether they know what they ...