Hampton Inn Albuquerque North
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Day 3 Continued April 4, 2010 Kingman, AZ to Albuquerque, NM
Kingman, AZ was a gas and chocolate stop. Between us we managed to bring along 20 Cadbury eggs and two bags of chocolate eggs. We have decided that once a day we will have a chocolate stop or just eat a couple of the little chocolate eggs as we roll down …
Damn, damn, damn!!!
It was really, really, really good!!!
Left Vegas. Went to Zuni. Ask me about the dragonfly legend and song. (Nephew Printer Scott King will especially be interested. So will anyone else who's interested in Native American beliefs)
Left Zuni. Went to Albuquerque (ABQ)
Went to Sandia tramway. It opens April 18.
Damn, damn, damn!!!
... rock wall behind the parking lot, there was a long, brilliant blue-tinged streak in the rock. It was unexpected and very pretty. We kept moving forward and finally made it to the top! Here, we turned around to admire both our progress, as well as the incredible view. It is impossible to describe the beauty of the desert scenery, and the pictures barely do it justice. As we watched, two young guys came running up the sloped slick rock. We looked ...
the way home – mostly sleeping to rest up from our trip. It was nice to
get home and see our puppies, but we definitely miss Hawaii and
everything about it!
... out for awhile while Bruce reminisced about his days being the Faculty Supervisor of Frontenac's break dancing club. Seriously, no joke! There was a beautiful church we visited called San Felipe de Neri Church. They had lovely grounds and it was so nice to just sit in the pews inside the church and have a quiet moment. At least Aimee thought so!
We spent a day driving through the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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