Hampton Inn Albuquerque Airport
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Finally, the last day of our trip arrives. We had a lovely free breakfast in the motel's courtyard, sitting next to a kiva fireplace where they were actually burning wood. Such nice touches in this motel--very artistic. Afterwards we packed up, checked out, and headed back down to the Plaza to experience it in the daylight, and to get a few …
... the stores as mr Asher explained about Kachinas, small dolls representing the pueblo indian religious dancers... I think I still know what a mudhead and a Kochar are.
I managed to stay awake on the train ride home, and after we arrived back at our host's home, Sam and I went in search of a geocache hidden literally across the road from the house... I like easy finds.
Again we chatted and spun stories until the sun was well off Sandia Mountains.
... had forgotten his camera at the hotel and he dropped my mother and I off while he got it. We walked around the park, enjoying the lovely desert landscape with all the different varieties of cactus and then he came back to meet us. As he entered the park a docent asked him if he needed any assistance and he just mentioned he was going to find us, so the docent accompanied him and when they found us, we got a short tour. It was nice, as we learned some facts we wouldn’t ...
... well supported the team is. If you try and think of it like the WAFL or NPC (which still doesn't work because they are paid to play and these guys are students and amateurs) and these teams are getting 40000 people to the game, and they aren't even the big uni's like Texas, Standford and Notre Dame etc. It was a great atmosphere and a good high scoring game but unfortunately the Lobo's went down. Got a shirt and hat for reminders, and good to say I've been to ...
Beyers: Drama! We stop, hazard lights on and pull over. Did someone just run that guy over? I get out and run to see what the damage is, the guy rolling on the tarmac. Nothing. He is just ******. But it's a very dangerous place to be ******, right next to the highway. I am trying to tell this fella to get out of the road, but he doesn’t listen, and wants to befriend me, and is eventually hanging off me. He said something to ...
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