Homewood Suites by Hilton Albuquerque - Journal Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Tomorrow - Balloon Fest!
Have to be up at 4:30am, to get to park and ride and catch 6:00am bus so I can see the light up at 6:30am.
So today, resting - scouted the route to the park and ride pick up point (driving in the dark around back streets of ABQ, I wanted to have some sense of where I ...
... in Las Vegas was ruined. The next bus was not until 5.30pm which meant that we would not arrive until 11pm. Such knowledge infuriated me and I must confess comrades that I lost myself. A man from the 13.35pm bus approached me at the ticketing counter and demanded that I get behind him. Initially I tried to explain calmly that we had being waiting since before 12pm but Americans take their queues very seriously and he refused to acknowledge this logical concept.
... sing some religious-themed camp-fire song. There were four lead singers each taking a lead on a verse but a group of others joined in to sing the chorus in unison. It was vocal flash mob right on the tram! The fact it happened unexpectedly out of the blue made it a fun, and surprising, experience.
After our return down to the earth we left the Sandia Mountain area and I tried to make it over to the Nuclear Museum on ...
... buildings. The majority of exhibits relate directly to Bobby, Al, and Al Junior’s racing accomplishments BUT also include the much earlier Louie and family as clear up through today’s family. You can see a family tree that traces the Unsers from the ‘beginning’ to today. Actual working race cars, motors, clothing, artwork, movies, library, and antiques fill the two modern buildings. ADDED VALUE—you get a tour with a ...
... I wasn't able to identify. We then took a short hike over to the Rio Grande through a nice path through the Cottonwood Trees. The best part came when we were walking back to the car and sat down for a second to see who would be coming to the bird feeders, and to my amazement out walked a stunning beautiful Ring Neck Pheasant followed by his mate. I was in heaven!
Enjoy this area. Our next stop is Santa Fe for four days.