Crowne Plaza Albuquerque
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... treated to another geology lesson: over 200 million years ago, trees that fell in this area were buried in the riverbed. The river water carried silica from volcanic ash, along with other minerals including iron and manganese. These combined to form crystals, which replaced the organic matter of the trees. Thus, the tree trunks retained their shape, but were 'transformed' into rock; these tree-fossils are also characterized by magnificent and ...
... It soon got your toes tapping and drew you in with its theatrical light performances. When I was young and my neighbours always wanted to be cowboys, I was always happiest to be an indian. Might have been one in a previous life? It was the most glorious afternoon/early evening - still beautifully warm, great atmoshphere, gorgeous surroundings. Quite a treat. From Albuquerque we had decided to drive towards Acoma, or as nearby as possible, so we could visit the ...
... is full of those little roadrunner birds....they choose to run instead of fly because of the crazy wind!
As we were getting the coach ready to leave this morning we noticed that the air conditioner in the cab wasn't working so the troubleshooting begins! Now mind you, we are really new at this and everyday we figure something new out about this house on wheels. So, where to you begin? Quickly, and with the best discernment I could muster I open the door and ...
... it is extremely neat to do...and the views from the top are outstanding. We didnt expect to do something so unique and great like this on what was supposed to be just a quick stop on the way west. We would highly recommend a stop at El Morro and El Malpais.
After over 7 miles of trails, we headed for our hotel in Gallup NM, and dinner at Virgies Mexican Diner, which seemed to be a local favorite...the food was good!
... where I was no longer scared anymore and really enjoyed it. We started descending and this was the best part when we were almost back on the ground we convinced Leah to stand up and she enjoyed the landing too we flew over houses and paddocks and landed in a paddock near the road. He then bounced us up and over a fence and onto the road they blocked it off for us and we packed everything up then had a nice morning tea together with all the others before heading off to Amarillo ...