Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque Airport - Univ Area
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it was another majestical area of science, history and beauty and provided more scenery for the Korean lady to amuse us with horrific poses.
Just beyond The Devils Golf Course was a place named 'Badwater Basin' which looked like a huge lake of pure salt and is the lowest point of North America (282 Feet below Sea level). This perfectly white phenomenon meandered far into the distance amidst the tall mountains. The area surrounding the basin was flat with cracked, ...
... get her flight changed. Luckily that was easy, as we just moved that flight one day forward, to Thursday.
Hmmmm, now what? All of a sudden we had an entire day and a half to spend in Albuquerque. What should we do? Mom wanted to get a hotel nearby and hole up for the day but I was not good with that plan. One more day--we should look at it like a gift and do something fun.
After booking a hotel room we once more boarded the shuttle to ...
... decided that we would do pattern work (circuits) as the weather report wasn't looking good. Apparently, we picked the one day of the year that was a bad flying day. After a flight around the AB (which the pilot let me control) we touched down and then had another burrito (a lot more to come). We then went back to our host families. Altogether a great day and more flying tomorrow! ...
... A S! We noticed the terrain was changing (as we had predicted it would the previous day) the world became more flat, red clay, and small stubby shrubs. We noticed farms and ranches, cattle, wind mills, and oil rigs. We were admiring the enormous Texas sky when we decided to pull off onto Route 66 in the town of Amarillo and get a bit to eat at the Big Texan restaurant. We highly recommend this place. ...
... El Conquistador and got room 3227 overlooking the mountains.
My father opted to drive to the Biosphere and take the tour, while my mother and I sat at the pool for the afternoon. I had already done the Biosphere tour the last time I was in Tucson, so decided I’d rather sit by the pool since we didn’t have much time for that this trip. The pool had ************e there--it was great.
Our dinner tonight was at Guadalajara Grill; the claim to fame there is ...