Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque Airport - Univ Area
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... My iPad has very little photo-editing capabilty, so the shots I have posted here may have been cropped, and in a couple of cases lightened, but that's all.
... had promised would take us to Las Vegas. Our notes refused to work in the vending machines and we were left hungry and thirsty, anxious to get to our destination. At 13.35 the bus arrived, which obviously meant that more customers had also arrived expecting to get onto that bus. Anna and I were placed towards the front with other passengers from the 12pm bus. The glass portal opened, three people entered and they closed once again. The bus departed without explanation and ...
... building was probably 20 stories high, so this was no metropolis. It was surprisingly cold here. It is colder than Washington, because of the elevation. There is actually a 10,000 foot peak about 10 minutes north of Albuquerque. It supposedly has the longest cable car in the world here. The price of it was $20. I tried driving to the top from the backside, but only made it about 1/2 way up and ran out of time.
... vignette: Ruth and I were driving to Huntington Beach, CA for a day-long beach party with some friends a few weeks ago. As we were passing through the endless sea of track homes Ruth asked me with incredulity in her voice:
"who would want to live in one of these little boxes unless they absolutely had too!"
Apparently, not us and not yet. Two years "on the road" and counting...
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... on Sandiago’s Mexican Grille at the base of the Sandia Tramway. The views of Albuquerque and the surrounding valley are always stunning. The margaritas weren’t the greatest, but the food and service were good. We drove back to their house and visited for awhile, then decided we’d better head home as it was beginning to rain and we figured Aragon would be crazed. BUT when we got home he was relaxed and happy to see us, no thunder, no ...