Hyatt Place Albuquerque Airport
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... California), which would involve awaking at 5.30am the following morning. I was excited for rumours spoke of an ancient wilderness, however I was still disappointed that our first night would be missed due to the illogical running of a bus company. As the bus entered the Las Vegas realms I could sense the excitement and jovial atmosphere held within its walls. Huge buildings decorated with neon lights of all colours glittered into the darkness making it almost feel like ...
Our stay at
Mesa Regal was just wonderful, a week of rest, swimming, walking and of course
Margaret finally got to play not only a game of Hand and Foot, but also a game
of Mexican Train. Mexican Train is a
game played with dominos and is very popular in the RV Parks here in America.
It was time
to move on, head north east to Albuquerque to catch up with a lovely couple we
We drove down from Santa Fe to Albequerque this morning and found the cutest RV park. It's on old RTE 66 and started as a motel in the late 60's.
They converted it to a campground in the 70's. It has been used in several movies and inside the park they have a small collection of old cars and campers from early on.
We are only an hour away from Santa Fe but ...
... directed me through Lincoln, New Mexico. Lincoln was ground zero of the "Lincoln county war", which made Billy the kid a man. Well, it didn't really. Billy was not much more than a bit player, well if not a bit player, he certainly wasn't the main star. His real fame would come in the following few years, but much of it still happened in or around Lincoln.
... Ground: Art in New Mexico. The fourth African American Art. The fifth Artisanship of Mexican Equestrian Culture. A sixth is being renovated.
The collection comes from the early European explorers back to 1540. In 1880, the railroad came to Albuquerque and the town began to grow. In 1902 the Alvarado Hotel was built next to the train station. (Sadly it was raised in the 1970's. Many Hollywood stars stayed in this ...