Crowne Plaza Albuquerque
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... whole trip had been full of beauty; northern Arizona and New Mexico are amazing. Gallup, however, not so much. It was a ****** little run-down town and I couldn't see myself staying there.
So back on the highway I went! And two minutes out of the mess that was Gallup I was back in the amazing, serene, beautiful landscape of New Mexico. It was great. But I was tired, and Albuquerque wasn't getting much closer, and the Super moon was coming. Finally I pulled over in Grants, ...
... Volcanos that formed the basin of Albuquerque and to the foot hills of the Sandia Mountain and visited the casino. We enjoyed driving the beautiful streets and seeing the different styles of homes. The gear shifter on my bike broke and could not be fixed so I had to buy a new bike. What fun finding the right one! The four days here went quickly.
... have just gone to Disney, he was actually upset that no one told him that was an option.
And that's how I ended up driving 11 hours from our home in Monument, Colorado to a hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We checked in just as everyone in the lobby was shouting, Happy New Year! and downing their drinks. Not the most exciting New Year I have ever spent, but I mean, I finished a book in the car so...there's ...
... Incidentally, the museum has no information about the Soviet atomic espionage that took place in New Mexico. Klaus Fuchs, Ted Hall, and David Greenglass provided ample information to their KGB couriers during 1944-45 about the bombs being developed at Los Alamos. The Soviet plutonium bomb that was exploded in August 1949 was an exact copy of 'Fat Man'. Why this strange omission in the museum's otherwise exhaustive displays? But in ...
We started our day at PBS meeting with Hollie Lovely, Ready to Learn and Early Childhood Outreach Coordinator. Hollie had invited a range of wonderful and inspiring people for us to meet, LaWanda Albright, Molly Grady and Wendy from Teaching Solutions and Roberta and Melissa from Generation Justice. All of these professionals worked on a project called everyday democracy dialogues that included working with local communities to identify issues relating ...