Howard Johnson Albuquerque East
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The state capital is Santa Fe
Two important cites are Albuquerque and Carlsbad
The year of statehood is 1912
The state motto is Crescit eundo= It grows as it goes
The state flower is Yucca
The state bird is Roadrunner
Five significant features are Abo, Kit Carson House, Hawikuh, University of New Mexico, and Central New Mexico Community College
The current population is 2,085,538
The total amount of square miles is ...
... aircraft in front and then when you have enough altitude, you release the towing rope. I loved every moment of being in the glider. Trying to find hot spots in order to find lift is hard but enjoyable and the views from the glider are brilliant. However, I still prefer a powered aircraft as there is nothing better than sound of a prop engine.
After an hours gliding, I then flew back to Kirkland and then went back to my host family. Really enjoying America and getting tired!
... running around like a chicken with it's head cut off, looking for food, sniffing out food, wanting food, and lastly an insatiable need for FOOD. Now, I am a seasoned veteran of all of these symptoms and the fall out of them when they afflict my husband. This morning's episode was mild AND the FREE continental breakfast at the hotel solved the issue.
After we ate, our sights were set ...
... big deal the charro is, and the ten "tests" of charro competitions. Interesting. Then, we planned to take a walking tour of Old Town, but tours are not given during winter. So, decided to drive north on Rio Grande Blvd., paralleling the river, to see what kind of vantage points were available. Went into the Rio Grande Nature Center. They had several walking loops down by the river, ...
... We get changed and head to the rooftop bar at the Parq Central Hotel (thanks to a recommendation in the NY Times), we get there just in time for the best view of the sunset. The hotel and bar are super cool and if I were ever in Albuquerque again this would be a must. I actually took a photo of the menu because the drink I had was so delicious (it was the Summer Smash if you're wondering). Dinner is at Sophia's Place, which appeared on Diners, Drive ...