La Quinta Inn Albuquerque Airport
Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... t make the trip for the evening, but Judy is always game for a fun time. After dinner we watched the storm clouds float across the valley floor and the various storm cells do their best to drench the parched ground below. Looked like several places WERE actually getting rain, BUT when we got back to the RV park it was bone dry even though we drove from Wayne and Drena's to our place with the windshield wipers on full beating a tune similar to ...
... that green chile are the defacto state.....vegetable, spice, whatever they are. They're pretty spicy and put a zing into anything you add them to....which around here can be anything from sauces to ice cream. The chili on the chilidog was no different...as it was chock full of green chile. This stuff was pretty zingy!
We finished our dogs and headed back to the motorhome. Tomorrow is another moving day.....and we have a nasty mess of ...
... is something that we had always wanted to do but just haven't gotten there yet, and we stumbled on it! They told us about the shuttles that would take us to the field where the balloons were lifting off, we got a brochure with a schedule of events and went out for a nice dinner. Then home to bed for a good night's sleep since we were getting up VERY early the next ...
... just one away), waiting in line for security check, finding the gate. All this included long walks through the hallways and concourses. We made it just in time to walk on the plane before they closed the door.
When we arrived home, it was 4:30 p.m., but 25.5 hours after we left the Raffles in Singapore. It's warm here, but good to back in the desert and away from the high humidity.
We thought we would leave early and catch some sights. Unlike Tucson where we discovered my memory was lacking, I remember almost every corner ever seen in Albuquerque. Well, I did live here almost 10 years, remember?
We discovered a bit of a problem with our hot water pump, but our park comes equipped with a roving mechanic ie: Jack of All Trades. We drove toward the Sandia Mountains, out I-40 to NM 14, up to Madrid. Yes, Madrid, NM! ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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