Hampton Inn & Suites Albuquerque - Coors Road
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... the tallest - this made getting through the doors more of a challenge.
From here, we made our way to Walnut Canyon National Monument for lunch. This canyon used to be home to many Native groups, who built their homes into the canyon sides. It is estimated that people first moved to the canyon around 600 AD.
The next place on our journey was to visit the giant Meteor Crater in northern Arizona. At this point ...
Early start this morning, dark as we got through Albuquerque, very pretty with the city lights twinkling. Wind at our back today, made good time, long day but good travelling, stayed the night in Elk City OK. Nice KOA with an on site cafe, pizza for dinner! Hoped to watch the Cardinals, darn rain delay, caught up with Idol ...
... went out to a restaurant which used to be an old Ford mechanics garage, looked good from the outside apart from all the brollies that had blown over. I was really hungry and couldn't wait for something to eat and to have a beer. Sat down to order our drinks, and the waitress asked for my I.D which I didn't have, so no beer. Bad start to proceedings, ordered my food, everyone's turned up, mine was late again and when it turned up it wasn't even what I'd ordered, she plonked ...
... when stopping on the side of the road and going for a wander but i really didn't know the extent of the warning myself.
The first stop was a mistake and most likely we followed the map wrong but we felt we had been given a bum steer either way we wasted an hour getting lost in Amarillo city for no reason whatsoever, only to head back out and on to an area which was the towns slice of Route 66, we found somewhere to eat and had some burgers ...
... years ago, but some may be 2,000 to 3,000 years old; most are not accessible
to the public but many are. There are
several hikes originating from 3 different points, we chose to take two short
hikes in the Boca Negra Canyon. Unlike
many other Petroglyph sites here we were able to get right up to the rock; it
was amazing to be able to look at the carvings so close that you could see