Hilton Garden Inn Albuquerque Uptown
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... flaky and crisp while also allowing ingredients to cook quickly. The crust will take on a CHARRED appearance. This is a sign of a hot oven... The spots may be black which does not taste bitter, rather taking on a smoky and caramalyzed set of flavors." Even so we sent it back because to us, it tasted only burned.
Tomorrow we will hopefully say goodbye to NM and head home! (otherwise we will toast a third time to "our last night in New Mexico!"
... lot, the whole time sure I was going to get mugged, and started taking some pictures and a woman walked toward me and asked what I was doing and we talked about the super moon and of course, she said she ran out of gas and asked me for money, and I could see her drunken boyfriend or whatever sitting against the Denny's. Lovely downtown Grants.
I got into the Denny's and asked for a beer, but guess what? Denny's doesn't serve beer in New Mexico!!! I'm not in California ...
... stay sometime. Unhitched and took off to find the Loretto Chapel and the famous staircase. Made it to Santa Fe in time but they closed the chapel early today. Very disappointed. We'll just have to come back. Walked around town...reminded us of Boulder. Found a restaurant for some Mexican food and a beer and headed back to Albuquerque and the ...
... The atmosphere was really fun. We enjoyed people watching for a long time.
Yesterday we drove down Hwy 14 toward Santa Fe. We were headed toward Madrid, New Mexico. It was a coal-mining ghost town that has become an ecclectic collection of art shops, gift shops and places to eat or get a little treat. We saw several houses that were made from train ...
... we did follow it into Winslow where we made a few friends, stood on "the corner," snapped a few pics, and honored those lost on 9/11.
Another stop off Route 66 was Two Guns, AZ. Once a booming tourist trap complete with a gas station, lodging, a food emporium, and a zoo, Two Guns is now just another Interstate 40 casualty.
Two Guns is also known for its "Apache Death ...