Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque Airport - Univ Area
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... down through the hills. The scenery is spectacular. We drove through downtown Albuquerque and onto our hotel in the southern suburbs. By the time we arrived it was 98F. A quick dip in the pool for me, five minutes on a lounger then back to the cool room for a nap. Pauline managed to last an hour and a half at the pool.
Going to try and find a Breaking Bad (Los Polomos Hermanos, Gus Frings diner) location ...
Day 323 Today we travelled along the Route 66 stretch that goes through Albuquerque. We ate at a great old style deco diner. Ahh nothing like a great hamburger, french fries and a root beer float! Along the way there are still building dating back to the 1920's, 30's, 40's and 50's.
Albuquerque proper in the downtown area is going through the same hard times as many cities. Many storefronts are empty ...
... mouth it was that hot, the woman kept on refilling the coke, not suprised Texas is full of Super Obese people with all the sugar, I decided I'd stick to 2 glasses.
We all wanted to go to the cinema to watch Captain Phillips, the new Tom hanks movie. Really good actually. The only downside to the experience was a couple behind me talking all the way through, I kept turning round but it made no difference, he was explaining the whole film to her, and telling her what was ...
... In the centre was a restaurant that boasted that it made the best Indian Tacos so, of course, we had to try those! And then we went to Jacksons to chill and watch a bit of TV before going up the Sandia Peak tram way to attempt to watch the sunset...which we missed by about 15 minutes! Once we got to the top though, the night views of Albuquerque were stunning. After the tram, I ...
... but as its now 9.30 (we lost an hour as we drove through a time zone) we just grab dinner then hit the sac. After a good nights sleep we decide to head off early and try and put another boat load of miles behind us, the idea is to make Amarillo for lunch so we load up Cecil and I can't help it but to ask the Valet parking dude to show me the way to Amarillo but he doesn't get it so I just chuckle to myself and drive off. Laters, Sam ...