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A perfect retreat after riding Route 66
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A nice steady ride leaving Santa Fe for Albuquerque at 9.00 hrs - some 65 miles to go. A piece of cake! Being Sunday the roads were good. Sweet
Breakfast on Route 66 - yum. In a traditional diner. 10.00hrs and its packed out with locals. We went native and ate at the bar. Thats pretty cool. More steak and eggs. Even pancakes too� …
Thankfully the journey from Santa Fe to Albuquerque is only 60 miles so we had chance to stay in Santa Fe for a little while longer (we've already decided that we’d like to come back!).
We headed out to purchase a rug that had caught our eye the previous night when we had taken our initial wander around. We wanted to purchase a few …
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
... hotter here. We used their swimming pool and hot tub tonight. The steps into the hot tub were about 4' down from the top, and I thought I wasn't going to be able to get out. I had to roll out like a fish, and I was glad we were the only ones at the pool!
We did go to see some petroglyths on lava rock not too far from where we were staying. The sun turns ...
... of the mountain (no summer lifts running yet--that's just fine because they looked REALLY old!), the lack of ice (well, that's what I had heard was found at the top), and the beer (ok, I tried a local porter on the bright sunny deck).
Sweaty and dusty we headed back to a cute outdoor pool and hot tub where happy hour just started and we enjoyed ...