Hilton Garden Inn Albuquerque North/Rio Rancho
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... so much fake blood on a movie screen. The costuming appeared to be some cross between fantasy, ancient Egyptian, and a homage to Dungeons & Dragons. There seemed to be only one female character lost and shared by all the macho males.
After a brief nap I realized that the gentleman to my right had also selected a movie. Of the thousands of titles offered he too had selected the same movie. Silliness ...
... a present. Maybe they would enjoy a McCassowary sandwich, or a Koala berry shake?
But on to the more serious concern of being ready for my big trip. I have create a check list for just this occasion.
- check - it arrived with no fuss and no problems
- check - a sunburn would be a most unsatisfactory souvenir ...
... the most part, between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, designated NM 14. One of the towns along the way, Madrid, has been transformed into a miniature Santa Fe. We didn't stop here, but continued onto Albuquerque to continue our Route 66 adventure.
The Turquoise Trail intersects with I-40 a few miles east of the city. We stayed on ...
Today must have been our laziest day yet. We didn't set a alarm and woke up at 9:45am. After a bit more of a lie in and a lovely chat with Li & Mia we went for breakfast/brunch. After a walk around we found a place called Village Inn. Was a really nice little diner who for once did healthy(ish) food. I had fresh fruit, low-fat yogurt, granola & mini pancakes. After brunch Robbie and Paul went for a ...
... evergreen, and celadon rolled and tumbled into a lush carpet for the earth.
By now we had followed historic Route 66 and it was a disappointment for sure. Research before our trip led me to believe that all along the route, retro and nostalgic establishments and attractions would be there. Other that an occasional Phillips 66 gas station, all other advertised have been boarded up, empty and run down, simply ghostly apparitions of what once ...