Hilton Garden Inn Albuquerque / Journal Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... to run through the rain to get. We didn't stay to eat them but instead headed back to our Hotel, the Residence Inn, to rest up.
By this time my parents and Shaunette had arrived to Albuquerque and were in the hotel tired after their long drive from Arlington. They will be joining us on our journey but started a day later than us. We talked them into joining us for a trip for dinner to The Cube, a BBQ place that was featured ...
... a nuclear blast, and replicas of nuclear weapons. I was impressed to find the last existing concrete footing of the original Trinity tower.
I went outside into the yard area, which had some aircraft on display. Among them was a B52, and a F105 Thunderchief. Especially interesting was one of the nuclear warhead firing cannons from ...
... 1,737.64 USD and in COP we have 3460805.46.
Currency - COP (Colombian pesos)
Then with our $50 a day for lodging is converted to COP and that is 99434.00.
Minus the 1% we now have 35,602.39 COP.
How much money we have in Colombian pesos:
... burger from hell" (great burger with a little kick) we also checked out an RV museum with historical RVs which was very interesting. Traveling has been rough as the camper is heavy we have to go below the speed limit so it results in long hours in the car. We are hoteling tonight because it rained in Albuquerque New Mexico. It's been a long drive but the fun starts soon. - ...
... unfortunately never to be taken for granted. Housing development and a Highway have already compromised this site.
We found the Road again and headed for Los Lunas. On the outskirts of Albuquerque on Isleta Blvd - pre '37 66 - we spotted the Road Runner and The Blue Castle, both 66 icons. Lots of old motels and other wrecked buildings line the road on our way from Los Lunas to Laguna. Passing through a pueblo I spotted a Post Office and we stopped to post ...