Hampton Inn & Suites Albuquerque - Coors Road
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The title of our blog is "two happy nomads". And here we are, still nomads and still happy!
I think my last post was from Harbor Island in the Bahamas - over a year ago!
As some of you know, we sold it all and left Maryland in June of 2012. We posted videos of our initial Van season getting from Maryland to the USA Mountain West and part of the "Boat season" that followed in the Bahamas.
Since then, we
- When we made it to Albuquerque we stopped for one last fill up of gas.
- We asked the clerk what ...
... down on dirt tracks in one piece, in our 4WD we were reminded not to take this route. The countryside again was amazing, rock formations and mountains around us and even the Interstate developed bends and turns. We rejoined the Interstate for a short period and soon came into the outskirts of ABQ.
Our motel, the Monterey non smokers hotel (yes full title) is on the Route and just outside the Old Town. Again these motels are such ...
... way. Not much in the way of towns and certainly no attractions beyond the scenery itself. This whole area is very poor. Beyond ranching there is little of no industry. A little oil pumping and exploration and maybe a little mining. All the pictures in the blog were taken by Lynn out the window of the Minnie. They came out pretty good. In one ...
Left Amarillo, Texas on Wed 13th March at about 8-45am. Has been one month since we left Oz. How time flies when you're having fun!!
Crossed into New Mexico at approx 9-55am. Stopped to fuel up and had the worst coffee and worst donut ever. Servo was off the beaten track and looked like it was in the middle of the desert in the middle of nowhere.
Arrived at Albuquerque KOA Kampground. Very mexican housing, lots of dust, not much green ...