Crowne Plaza Albuquerque
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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... side of town but our timing was off and we didn't make it until 5 minutes to closing. I did get into the gift shop though and got a cool T-shirt and a coffee mug (I'll have plenty of these on our trip).
Our next stop was for desert at the Village Inn restaurant, self-proclaimed "Best Pie in America". Just as we parked to enter the restaurant a downpour started and drenched us as we began running in. Those better be some ...
Today was our quiet day. Mr Asher took me to the Nuclear museum. We wandered in casually, Mr Asher continuing to wander rather than pay for a ticket... the old rebel.
The museum displays the history of nuclear science and the development of nuclear arms. I wandered around checking out old videos of the "duck and cover" method ...
Today, Monday, we left Alberquerque on a overnight flight at 5:13 pm. The flight gave us dinner and breakfast on the plane. That morning of our flight we had ceral at are house. Then for lunch we packed a sandwich and ate it at airport.
After paying for our flight ...
... down the road. A little later we saw a coyote "sleeping" on the side of the road. Looked like Wiley but it was hard to tell since he was lying down. Don't know if there is any connection between the two. They had a lot of serious flooding in the Albuquerque area today, but we haven't seen a drop of rain and it looks good for tonight. About a 50%25 chance for the Durango area ...
The Visitors' Centre is an interesting building; in the 50's it was bought by Dr Sophie Aberle and her husband; she was an anthropologist who studied Puebloan women and improved medical practices for them as a result of her studies. She lived to be over 100 years old.
It is shameful (for want of a better word - maybe criminal?) that the wheels of the gravy-train are entwined with those of politics, ensuring that the integrity of sacred sites such as ...