Hilton Garden Inn Albuquerque North/Rio Rancho
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... Would Ronald McDonald serve kangaroo burgers? Would you find McNuggets made from wallabies? When serving crocodile is it necessary to salt the dish or only when serving fresh water crocodiles as opposed to their salt water cousins. I guess these culinary conundrums will have to be solved later.
I am facing one fairly serious problem. I have not told the poodles that I am leaving. I know that ...
... change dramatically since the last time I flew. I will be sitting and sitting and sitting. Perhaps I will need to surreptitiously practice my butt squeezes. Fortunately, I drink a lot of water and that will perforce be many trips to the bathroom.
Stay tuned for updates, rants, and jitters to accompany the adventures, excitements, and experiences in a place where the water swirls down the drain backwards and the crocodiles hunt for Grandmas on the ...
... chile) served flat and with the blue corn tortilla upgrade. My mother got the cheese enchiladas in blue corn tortilla, served flat with mild green chile sauce. She doesn’t like spicy food so got the chile on the side; they also offer the chile sauce as hotter or mild. My father had the pork adovado which had a red chile sauce. We all enjoyed our meals as well as the free chips and salsa and chopped green chiles that proceeded it. The restaurant also brings a basket of ...
... dodgy area people kept telling us about. The rain came down thick n fast so when it eased up slightly we decided after 10 days off driving we wanted to do something a bit more normal. Went out for a nice meal in a nice restaurant and went to the cinema. Who says you can't have date nights while on holiday lol. Rain storms moving out way and looks like it may be wet heading towards Grand Canyon but cest la vie and it won't dampen out ...
This theater, still used for both film and live performances, has been totally restored. What's really amazing is that when we arrived the theater was locked. In a door window was a sign stating that if a visitor wanted to look around, just go one door west into the ticket office. We did so. And the only restriction was ...