Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Albuquerque
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... far away from oceans and far removed from others, yet accessible. The spot that was chosen already had a school located on it, built in 1917 as a school where boys could develop into strong, healthy men. The government used the school building and it became part of the secret city. While it was a boy's school, it's address was Bathtub Row, because ...
... gravy. Well, they put turkey gravy on both so Stephanie went up and explained and just asked for some brown gravy. Well, they gave her another whole side of potatoes with brown gravy. She wasn't really planning on three sides of potatoes but they sure were good.We told the girls they could get desserts this time. They got Mud Pie and also a Vanilla Milkshake with "road gravel" on the top. Both were so good. We went back over to watch the Minnie show and get ...
We woke at 8am to have breakfast before packing our bags to head to the UFO museum. We figured we might as well before we continue driving to Albuquerque. We paid the $5 entry each and entered into the museum. Tim was disappointed he was expecting more commercial silly stuff instead it was lots of information and news paper clippings and a little silly ...
... using tabasco sauce
The 'relative' warmth of Albuquerque failed us! We woke up to between 5-7 inches of snow on the ground. By late day it had turned to slush and Don had to remove some that had lodged on the slide covers. It was producing too much water as it melted!
We had a housekeeping day and tried to catchup on things that we had been neglecting to do. By supper time the sun was shining and the temperature was climbing. Life in the high ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility