Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Los Alamos Entrada Park
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Began the day by heading to Roswell to determine what really happened in 1947. Seems clear that 4 aliens landed near there and it was covered up by the US Government. Then paid a visit to Los Alamos, home of the Los Alamos National Laboratory that employs around 20,000 scientists ...
... road down.
Sa***************ed west on 4 and then into Los Alamos where the atomic bomb (Manhattan Project) was developed. There is so much history here. This Mesa used to be the Los Alamos Ranch than Ashley Pond a Chicago business man and former Rough Rider bought it and turned it into a boys school. There were a few other Indian homesteaders living on the Mesa. J. Robert Oppenheimer was selected as head of the National Laboratory to work ...
... rock formations either of us had ever seen.
The Indians named this area Kasha-Katuwe which means white cliffs in the traditional Keresan language of the pueblo. "Located on the Pajarito Plateau in north-central New Mexico, the Tent Rocks National Monument is a remarkable outdoor laboratory, offering an opportunity to observe, study, and experience the geologic processes that shape natural landscapes. The cone-shaped tent ...
... United match on TV until Paul and Carlos went out mid-morning to play football on the astroturf at the local college stadium. It was a great surface, much better than the artificial turf we get back home, and felt almost like real grass. They had a good kickabout with some of Carlos' friends and Paul coped a bit better with the altitude than in Mexico City. It was a nice sunny morning although gusts of chilly wind kept the temperature down and carried wayward ...
... preferred places to live, the Sedona area would rank pretty highly.
We set out at a nice late 10am and headed over to meet with my Aunt Mindy and Uncle Frank at a local Starbucks. I haven't seen them in years so it was really nice to catch up with them. After that, we headed out and set off through the National Forest with red rocks all around. Breathtaking. After we passed through Flagstaff though, it got significantly less beautiful and more brown. We were going to ...
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