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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 localstel:25916. We went native and ate at the bar. Thats pretty cool. More steak and eggs. Even pancakes too …
... the festival! But first, we had to go to the car park A-1 that was also in Breaking Bad (sorry for all you non Breaking Bad fans...shame on you!). It looked exactly the same, even down to the inside of the shop. We bought some merchandise and were so excited to be there! The shop assistant said 'have an A-1 day!'. Amaaaaaazing! After, we put in Salida into the satnav and said goodbye to Albuquerque, feeling like we could just go home now, considering we have seen Walters hang ...
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Riding the train to Albuquerque is part of the fun involved in taking part in many of these activities. The weather was perfect that day, met some interesting people and had some good food at the Standard Diner located within walking distance of the downtown train station.
... then finally the U.S government in 1847. This was as sad a story as "Bury My heart at wounded Knee" (please read it if you haven't). Once again, we were embarrassed for all white people in their "mans inhumanity to man".
Our field trip was to the Pueblo Indian Cultural Center. We were surprised to find that the Carlisle Indian School in Carlisle, PA was the model for the ...
Bike ride early this morning into Santa Fe plaza and ate yummy veggie cheese tamales from the cart there ... Then with Maryann to Peyton Wright gallery- Good mostly abstract work and a gallery cat ! We then cycled to Railyard district for a visit to a big site-specific venue -sadly closed. At 1pm I caught the Railrunner commuter train for the trip to ABQ along the Rio Grande ( which here is little more than ...
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A perfect retreat after riding Route 66
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