Hilton Garden Inn Albuquerque Uptown
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... but it was really neat and he got to see a lot of fish. I think the barracuda in the big shark tank was the highlight for him. We had lunch at the Shark Cove Cafe, with a view of the shark tank. Unfortunately, our sweetheart Iris didn't want us or anyone else in the restaurant to enjoy the atmosphere, so we ended up eating pretty quickly to give everyone else a break. The botanical garden was small compared to some I've been to, but ...
... and thought they were absolutely crazy! When they reached the top, they said as much about themselves.
The trail continued on--level now--stretching past large rock formations and old trees, both dead and alive. Some of the rock formations looked like mushrooms. It was weird to think that it was all natural. Some looked as if they had just been brought in and deposited there. We followed the rock cairns around the rock formations for ...
... we've been in on the trip so far. The rattlesnake museum itself was pretty cool and we managed to catch the end of a staged gun fight (together with authentic orange cones). We're going to chill for an hour or two and then head out. Tomorrow we are booked into a small town Kayenta, if the roads are good we should make it early afternoon again. Kayenta is a short ride from Monument Valley giving us a late night or early morning option to the ...
... reason refused to come in even after she felt how warm the water was. It wasn't worth the fight, with a 2 year old we know to choose our battles! We hated to get out knowing the hike we had ahead of us but we had a big talk about staying positive and "thinking you can". We trekked up and up the trail heading back to the truck and everyone (meaning Bruce and Aimee!) kept it together! The ...
... farmer has buried ten old Cadillac’s nose down, in his field, in a row. Visitors can bring cans of spray paint and graffiti them, leaving them multicolored and avant garde artwork to admire. It’s where we heard our first “where y’all from?” asked by a wedding party member who were gathering for pictures in front of the Caddies. Yes, we are in Texas or as a smoke stack proclaims “Bushland” and it will be Amarillo by ...
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