Holiday Inn Express Albuquerque (I-40 Eubank)
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... was only $8/person and parking was free.
- Shortly after the event we went to the local Arco to get gas again.
- Gas was $43.89
- Later that day, we take some time to relax in the car and fell asleep on the side of the road again.
... into the "old town" area of Alburquerque to visit the church of San Felipe. This church dates from the early 1700s, not quite as old as San Miguel, but is just about as ornate inside. We spent a few minutes pondering the meaning of life, before sitting across in the shade of the central plaza for a while.
After that we got all touristy and bought some cheap souvenirey stuff to wind the day ...
... up on the freeway, so had to go one exit and turn around and then find the way back. It was approximately 11:30pm by the time we made it to the hotel and were assigned room 403.
We booked a 2 bedroom suite, so 2 bedrooms separated by a living room and small efficiency kitchen. The hotel was okay, but some of the reviews are right on that said some things were not really in good repair. Shower grout was chipping, a lamp didn’t work and the television in my room had ...
... and as we step inside, the heavens open! These people have some pretty big storms!
We didn’t find a map, but we did find the old Mexican quarter!
Lisa: Beyers decided he wanted to go into museum mode at the Rattle Snake Museum so I decided to leave him to it!! I took the time to stroll around the shops and market, not looking for anything in particular but you know just to look! A little while later I ...
... looking stuff were scattered around the ground. A ways over to the right was a small shed with a faded and peeling painted Route 66 sign on the front and an old pick-up parked nearby. As I started walking down the track for a look, the pick-up began trundling slowly towards me before stopping near the fence. Trotting alongside the truck was a gorgeous golden tan dog. His name was Baby Einstein, and in the pick-up were two cats; Bear and Tiger. Their human introduced himself ...