Howard Johnson Rio Rancho / Albuquerque North
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... enough but it could have been planned differently. With, perhaps, a few nights in the surrounding area. I feel like I need to return. To say I saw Australia after spending a week in Cairns is like saying you have visit the USA when all you visit is Washington D.C, That would hardly be a real taste of the country. The same is true for this visit and the unanimous decision is that, like a boomerang, I must indeed return ...
Time to start getting ready for a trip to the Land Down Under. I leave in such a short while. My suitcase is not packed in the literal sense but I have packed and repacked, unpacked and sorted in my mind a dozen times already and I haven't even done the laundry. To be totally honest: I haven't even found a suitcase.
Am I ready? I have several pairs of capris and even some new shirts. My camera is working and my passport arrived so anything I ...
... roads in the state. Large and designs that were intricate. Finally arrived to Rio Rancho in the early evening to finally see Chris Grant. We met up at Staples and I followed her back to her ginormous 2 story house as seen in her pics. Camilla and I stayed the 2 nights in her daughter kaylee's room, with morning enjoyable views of hot air balloons taking off in desert scenery. First night consisted of dinner at Sadie's, which ...
This theater, still used for both film and live performances, has been totally restored. What's really amazing is that when we arrived the theater was locked. In a door window was a sign stating that if a visitor wanted to look around, just go one door west into the ticket office. We did so. And the only restriction was ...
... but an atmospheric effect known as the “Albuquerque Box” makes precision flying possible. The “box” is a set of predictable wind patterns that balloon navigators can take advantage of to change direction by varying their altitude, thus staying with a confined area.
Headed north to the Coronado State Monument next which is along the Rio Grande and is where Coronado with 300 soldiers entered the valley ...