Hilton Garden Inn Albuquerque / Journal Center
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... school and finally the Manhattan Project included the reactions of the scientists after the bomb was dropped (shock and sadness). There is also an excellent Science Museum there but we decided to push on to Albuquerque.
We had two reasons for going to Albuquerque - the Hot Air Balloon Fiesta and Breaking Bad.
The next morning we were up at sparrow's **** (4.45am) to get out to Balloon Park for the morning glow, dawn patrol and mass ascension. The ...
And so I arrived in Albuquerque, NM. After collecting our baggage from the carousel, we bumped into the Albuquerque Squadron Commander waiting for us. His name is Major Lloyd Voights and he is one of the most enthusiastic, energetic and eccentric men I have ever met! He is incredible passionate about his job and about the Civil Air Patrol (he also flies Lear jets, and many other aircraft including many in Afghanistan). He also seems to know almost everything we asked him! He took us to ...
... feel, sunshine and mountains, it grew on me. I loved driving down Central Ave. and checking out the classic motels and shops along what used to be historic route 66, great retro feel.
In a strange bit of synchronicity, the book I'm reading, the superb The Universe Versus Alex Woods, two of the main characters are in Bern and Heisenberg's name came up. This while I'm sitting in the Grove café where Walt, aka Heisenberg, would ...
Took the day off from diving and went to the main land. Rode a boat for an hour to Belize City. Caught a bus for an hour ride to the New River. Caught another boat for an hour ride to Lamenai Mayan ruins. Pretty Impressive. Too many Mosquitos to enjoy very much. Reverse the boat, bus, boat rides for our way home to Ambergris Key to our dive resort. Don't need t do that ...
... didn't, the snow covering the RV didn't budge until 2:00pm when we were well within desert regions and the sun was belting down. We end up going across to Walmart to get some supplies and the walk over was just horrible, only 2 minutes walk but the wind just cut straight through and it was freezing.
Time for beanies and double jackets now.We left at about 11:00 and had another 6 hours to get to Albuquerque in New Mexico.
The drive was slow ...