Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque Airport - Univ Area
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... Rattle snake hides. Indian relics. Beaded jewelry. Lots of it everywhere. I think I saw a sign saying the store had been there for over 75 years.
Off to ABQ, our last stop until the rest of the group arrives by air tomorrow. It was a pretty easy ride on I-40. By now we were layered up to the point that the cold was not a real factor and the constant drizzle had stopped. Clear sky's ahead for us now. We turned north on ...
... 90 minutes to complete the 2/3 mile trail (yes, just two thirds of a mile) - needless to say we completed it in far less than that even reading all of the display boards. The average American must walk very slowly!
Our next base for three nights was Albuquerque, New Mexico's largest city, with us stopping on Route 66 that runs between Chicago and LA at the delightfully retro Monterey Motel. The place was run by a Polish couple originally ...
... up there so it was nice and warm in the queue. Eventually we made our way back down and I was SO happy to be back on the ground.
We said our goodbyes, (after a pic or two) and wished them a fab day at the balloon fiesta.
We drove back to the hotel, watched telly, had a chill in our jacuzzi then went to bed. What a full day. Albuquerque is our favourite city yet. We were really lucky to be able to spend some real time in such a gorgeous place.
... t make the trip for the evening, but Judy is always game for a fun time. After dinner we watched the storm clouds float across the valley floor and the various storm cells do their best to drench the parched ground below. Looked like several places WERE actually getting rain, BUT when we got back to the RV park it was bone dry even though we drove from Wayne and Drena's to our place with the windshield wipers on full beating a tune similar to ...
... to get an appreciation of nature and conservation and preservation.
We took three hikes in the park and saw some wonderful examples of petroglyphs.
Day 329 - The Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuquerque. The kids love dinosaurs, especially Trent the 7year old. He was definitely in his element here. Lars enjoyed that but was more interested in the science exhibits, so it worked out well for both.