Holiday Inn Express Bernalillo
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... small display of some old western items, including a covered wagon, and an old music wagon. Even the gift shop is a warren of old toys and books and games. The museum is now run by the man's family as he passed away in his 60's from Alzheimer's. We then headed back into town to the Indian pueblo cultural centre. I was interested to find out a little more about the history of the Indians and their culture. After having lunch in the attached restaurant ...
... in Fort Worth, Texas (a self-described city-gal) moved to the Texas panhandle. The land is flat and they use what resources they have for entertainment. She was invited to participate in cow bingo. She wondered, "what the heck is cow bingo." The response - they mark off a field in squares and people pick a square. You might have guessed - the winner is the square that gets the first cow patty. I love hearing about unusual local customs.
... quite good. Unlike the strawberry lemonade from McDonalds I had the other day, which was like a punch of sugar to the face :P Then it was back on the bus, headed to Albuquerque, New Mexico. We watched Road Trip on the way, which I surprisingly haven't seen. Good movie, I hope Dylan keeps choosing movies I like for the bus rides :) Best part of Albuquerque in the half hour I've been here? Working wifi yay I can actually post these blogs :D Better post these then get ready for dinner ...
... the best guacamole and margueritas we've ever had. We also split an order of enchiladas that were out if this world! While we were there we met this great couple from Ohio that we thoroughly enjoyed conversing with. The most interesting thing about our meal though was that they included French garlic bread. I had to take a picture because who would believe that? We are definitely looking forward to spending a whole day in Sante Fe ...
... Spanish settlers. It was then called the Camino de Real, part of the Jornado del Muerte (journey of death) between Mexico City and Pueblo City, NM. We are going into Albuquerque tomorrow to check out their annual beer festival then have the RV looked at on ...