Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque Airport - Univ Area
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... When we reached the parking lot, we all got into the car and drove back to Moab to pick up our luggage from the hotel (we had gotten a late checkout). After that, we stopped for lunch at the Moab Grill. The food was really good, especially after our long hike. Our order included chicken fried steak, french dip,burgers, and more.
After eating, we started the drive back home. While we drove, we watched movies, talked, and played card ...
... accordingly). So, for us --with differing tastes-- it was a tad over budget. But...see for yourself... and know we don't do this very often!
So, back to the rig and to bed early. Tomorrow is the last of our 'tough drives'. With luck, we'll cover another 429 miles. We expect more winds into our right side, but have chosen to head toward OK before stopping. Oklahoma here we come!
... is not linked to teacher pays. Strange that when it is clearly not working here we would look at adopting these approaches. We had a wonderful morning and we could have continued our discussion for days. We have agreed to stay connected and look at ways we can work collaboratively, Hollie has agreed to set up a Web/VC to discuss their training programs and their ideas to support media in EC. We agreed that TV is in EC but often hidden. ...
... the three hours of hiking were totally awesome. :)
Next, we headed out of town, toward Arizona, where we went through the Petrified Forest National Park, complete with the Painted Desert. There, we saw hills like we had never seen before - layered red, white, and blue; rolling as well as plateaued; and some that looked like moonscape. It was as if we were experiencing something totally outside of this planet, something that made us feel really, ...
... the light was bad (directly over the arch) I was able to get a good photo.
In Grants New Mexico I visited a mining exhibit which advertised an underground visit. I was a little suspicious when the Underground portion only cost $2 and it was a self guided tour. Yep you guessed it, the underground tour was of the buildings basement :o It was done very low tech (cheap) but ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility