Hampton Inn University Midtown Albuquerque
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... a narrow country road that seemed to be going into absolutely nowhere. I don't know if I can say its worth the drive or not; it was cool for sure - it's a big hole and you really tell that it was a meteor impact. It's just hard to really get the whole 'impact' of it (see what I did there?) because you're too close. The aerial photos I've seen are amazing because its a big crater in the middle of a vast flat desert. But it was cool. The whole landscape is really amazing.
... the rest area, and just laughing in general. That kid cracks me up! If you haven't had a chance, you should get him going because his comedic timing is right on!
After three LOOONNGG hours of driving after our stop for lunch until we got to the hotel, we were BEAT! We got to the hotel only to decide that we were staying in! We ordered pizza, swam in the pool, took showers, and plopped into ...
... The atmosphere was really fun. We enjoyed people watching for a long time.
Yesterday we drove down Hwy 14 toward Santa Fe. We were headed toward Madrid, New Mexico. It was a coal-mining ghost town that has become an ecclectic collection of art shops, gift shops and places to eat or get a little treat. We saw several houses that were made from train ...
... sides but was clearly a beacon for everyone who worked with him. (Tickets cost $1 - a bargain!)
Afterwards I went to the Albuquerque Museum to see a recently opened exhibition of Afro-American art comprised of more than 100 pieces created by black artists between the 1920s and 1990s. Below you will see some photos from this interesting exhibition.
Yesterday I went to 'The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History'. Rita and ...
... as we crossed into New Mexico. There were huge cliffs and caves of bright red colour and deeply incised valleys. It was extremely interesting after the relatively speaking boring (I've heard it called minimalist) landscape we left in Arizona.
We pressed on to Gallup where the old Route 66 parallels the railroad and is a main drag even today. We drove around the downtown to see the El Morrow Theatre (restored in 2006), the Courthouse and the Cultural Centre, now located in ...