Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque North I-25
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... gross but then we are not really Mexican food fans).The only other people there (either just taking a photo then leaving or eating and taking photos) were clearly on a BB tour also. I don't know how the store survives without BB tourists
By then we had driven all round Albuquerque including a good nosy along Nob Hill where the original route 66 passed through.
We were pretty ready to leave by then so we tackled the 6 hour drive to Monument Valley in ...
... thin. After a while your chest feels tight and you have to drink a tonne of water and have a sit down.
Overall, the first night in NM was a great one, and made me even more eager to do everything there was to do.
I will blog more later on what happened on the 2nd day, but its late now in NM, and I need some rest. The following blogs will be about my travels to a Native American Pueblo Feast, and my train ride up to Santa Fe, New Mexico's state capital.
... for the photo op. I bought a few little things which I was going to anyway so I didn't feel pressured or anything. All in good fun *****es!
Ate a couple of times at the Dog House which is actually a famous dive and everybody in Albuquerque knows the place. They make an awesome chili cheese dog, yo! Also had coffee a couple of times at Java Joe's, aka Tuck's place. Excellent coffee shop. The best though was scoring THE table at ...
... until October 13. Balloon afficionados can see more on: www.balloonfiesta.com
Yesterday, Sunday, Diane went to a nursery and purchased a new flowering shrub for her garden. It's called Pink Flowering Almond (Prunus glandulosa 'Rosea Plena'). Prior to that a dead tree had been removed from the site, and I removed more roots from the tree so make sure that ...
... Barrel in Gallup but but other than that it was pretty uneventful drive home - except for the fantastic double rainbow we saw just past Gallup. It was so brilliant we had to take an exit where we could stop and get out to take some pictures. It was just gorgeous! That was a nice way to end our weekend! Now back home where it's 95. I never thought 95 would be considered "cooler temps" but after visiting Phoenix in late June, most anything is cooler temps!