Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque North I-25
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Now, it's down time. I'll probably read some more, be ****** I finished all the books on my kindle and be "forced" to buy new ones, and then it's early to bed tonight.
Tomorrow we hit TWO of our national parks [which means I can break out the fancy schmancy DSLR camera] if all goes as planned: Petrified Forest, and our final destination, The Grand Canyon.
Hopefully I'll be able to update again soon :)
... They also have a chapel for the truck drivers that we thought was really cool. Once we got into town we checked into the Nativo Lodge. The way the hotel is decorated makes it worth staying there. They also have a hookah Tee Pee set up outside the pool area, which was sorta unique. Once we got all settled in we went to ITZ for dinner. It is ...
... but maybe that’s how they roll down here! Anyway, he got us to Nob Hill safely enough and dropped us in the midst of a strip of bars and restaurants – plenty to choose from, and not a McDonalds in sight - hurrah! As neither of us were that hungry, we opted for a quick meal of tacos in Zacatecas, which is highly acclaimed for its contemporary take on Mexican food. Suitably recharged, we had a wander down the street to ...
I got the dreaded SSSS again. I must call United Pre and find out what the hell is going on.
Went to the club and worked. After a long delay (well, less than two hours but it felt longer), the flight to Albuquerque left. Smooth trip. I got my rental car, had some lunch, then drove to the hotel before the monsoon arrived. Heavy rain and thunder -- love it! ...
It is my (Dolly) turn to write on this here blog. When finding a place to stay for the night, to me it is all about the bathrooms. Jan saying the last place we stayed at the AOK campground in Tucumcari, was beyond it's prime, is quite the understatement. The bathroom was room #4. (They also have apartments there). Seeing the bright pink door was scary. The bathroom was just 1 toilet, sink and shower. Plywood was covering the window. It always took ...