Hampton Inn & Suites Albuquerque - Coors Road
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... we visited another place where we could take advantage of the perfect blue sky and sunny day. The Botanic Park was even better than the nature center, with nice trails and gardens and the best part--a pond that was busy with mallards, wood ducks, Canada geese, turtles, and dragonflies. The wood ducks were the highlight of my day! They are usually so timid, always staying close to the shore in the shade of the overhanging vegetation. These were used to people and noise and ...
... at a KOA north of town. OMG, we should have known what to expect when we saw all dilapidated houses and fences with razor wire surrounding all the businesses. We checked in and got our spot, when we accidentally pulled into the wrong area - a women with 3 teeth came out to tell us to move. She was getting ready to have a cookout next to the tents that you could rent. I'm sure if we stayed there we would end up on Dateline, so while ...
Then, we sat watching the local street cars and hot rods parading through the Main Street -nice n slow and showing off their shiny wheels,
Here the young ones spend their time dedicated to cars and hot rods. Big shiny wheels and lots of chrome - loud exhausts too. We were told it keeps the young ones away from crime and, it works. Good on ...
... called the Petrified forest. Don't imagine an actual forest. This is all desert but millions of years ago it was a flood plain with lots of rivers and streams. When a volcano erupted, the ash and silt petrified the wood from the trees so they are still preserved like that today. It's 28 miles long and you have to drive through it, but we stopped to just take in the atmosphere and amazing views of miles and miles of different coloured rocks and sand. In ...
I landed in Albuquerque on time even after a half hour delay in Baltimore. The flight was uneventful and I sat next to a very chatty guy who was on his way to Las Vegas for his buddy's bachelor party. I also sat with a woman from Connecticut. We got to know each other very well on this four hour long flight. The chatty guy spilled every drink he was handed - thankfully, not on me. He had a young lady, very loud and drunk on #5 or ...