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 ...
... Albuquerque it is pretty flat early on. The campsite in Albuquerque is actually quite nice for a private site. We go into town to get a few groceries then back to the campsite to rest up. We contact our Friends Bob and Bonnie Brown who are heading south to Mexico for the winter and plan to meet them in Phoenix.
... 4 hours of rain, lightning and thunder and was only able to go out at 7pm . I got lost walking the 2miles to meet Joseph ( Sue's architect buddy ) down on central ( Route 66 originally ) bit found him and we sank somecraft beers and talked cities and notions of America. Happily he had a car and was able to drop me back as only the major roads in the spread grid system here are lit - not confident enough to walk back alone in dark and a bit drunk ...
... And we did, of course, because of our detour to Santa Fe. Across the street from the milemarker is a restaurant, The Library. Please be sure to read the book titles.
By this time, the sun and heat were beating down upon our little heads. Back in the Highlander-mobile, we air-conditioned ourselves to Rio Rancho to meet ...