Howard Johnson Albuquerque East
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- Free airport shuttle
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... western town of Lincoln, NM to see Jon Amastae (from El Paso) one more time. Jon is doing an amazing renovation of an old adobe type house on the main street in town ( only street actually!), where he & Sharon will one day retire to.
Drove on to Pecos, TX to spend the night in a nice RV park in this cowboy town!
... up there. But if I am honest, I am a little concerned that the chipping of the ice will put a hole in the top of the slides. In the end, there are no holes and he remains upright—cold, but no worse for the wear.
He comes in freezing, but we still feel like the right decision is to continue breaking camp and move forward to warmer climates.
After warming up a little, George heads out to start removing the Styrofoam skirting ...
... we will be returning with our RV Club in early October for the ABQ Balloon Festival, we just relaxed, strolled Old Town and memory lane.
We did have lunch at the La Hacienda Restaurant & Cantina located in Old Town at 302 San Felipe St NW. The food and drinks were delicious and the atmosphere was truly old world Spanish Colonial. We sat on the patio so we could enjoy ...
... these families are. Several resort lakes also have their place and it was odd to see full size marinas so far inland.
Eventually we crossed into New Mexico. We stopped for a very dodgy coffee to ward off tiredness at one of the many New Mexican villages along the way, and realised that we had seen the last of the alpine weather. The fist big town we came across was Espanola, and then Santa Fe. Santa Fe seemed to be ...
... times when you would look down at a fissure and would wonder just how far down does that go? Of course the kids always threw a rock or two down and would wait to hear it hit the bottom. Some took longer than others. Along with the lava, we went to the Sandstone Bluffs and also to the large arch. It was a nice break during our long drive ahead.
The wind started to blow around 50 mph so we cut the drive a little ...