Holiday Inn Express Albuquerque (I-40 Eubank)
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... to load up.
didn't get the urge to collect rocks.
We may have
been spoiled by the opulence of Mesa Regal and found the Root 66 RV Park was
probably at the other end of the scale.
This RV Park had the bare necessities, it was right next to a major Interstate Highway, so lots of trucks passing in the night, but it did the job and broke to trip up
The return trip from Europe requires staying up for about 24 hours, leaving in the morning and arriving home in the late evening with a seven-hour time difference.
Once we checked in for our flight, we were directed to the pre-clearance line for U.S. customs and immigration. That was the first time we have used our Global Entry passes. They did save a little bit of time, but not ...
We left Carlsbad Caverns and headed towards Albuquerque. We were both again, really excited because: 1. We were staying with a couch surfer so could shower (showers are amazing after 4 days of not showering) and 2. This is where Breaking Bad was filmed! We put the address of Walter White's house into the satnav and started our journey. Albuquerque is really high up and as we approached the outskirts, huge rolling hills filled with very green trees surrounded the road ...
... wasn’t really her favorite. My father had a shrimp dish. Then I had fried ice cream with dulce de leche sauce which was served in a cinnamon tortilla bowl.
We checked out of the hotel and had breakfast at Coco’s again 2 pumpkin crumb cake slices and one denver potato pancakes (shredded potato with ham, onion, peppper and sour cream). Today we drove across AZ en route to San Diego. We stopped for lunch in Yuma at Coco’s (we love Coco’s). I had a ...
... where is Bey, Yep you guessed it, still in the museum, so glad I didn’t go in there! Finally he came out with a smile on his face, Boy stuff you know!
So we both continued to look around the town. It’s crazy, I’ve never been to Mexico, well not yet anyway but I’m guessing this place is not far off the real thing! It was awesome, chillis hanging, rugs on the walls, sombreros, Mexican food ...