La Quinta Inn Albuquerque I-40 East / San Mateo
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... ascends 3,819 feet in fifteen minutes.
While ascending, Bruce pointed out the different ecological zones present in the 3,800 foot ascent, along with various facts about the geology (the top of the mountain was once at the bottom of a vast inland sea - so there are marine fossils at the top). He also mentioned that there was a short 1.5 mile hike to the "Kiwanis Cabin" from which spectacular views were available.
... the first customers and the only ones who had stayed in the downtown region for soon after leaving our hotel we finally entered the Las Vegas strip for the first time. It was the early morning and the neon lights were dimmed but still I could not help but marvel at the splendour of the city. It was like entering a fantasy land where all dreams come true. No extravagance was spared in regards to the sheer size of the buildings and it felt as though I had entered Kings ...
... seven years ago.
Marie spend their summers at their home in Pagosa Springs Colorado and then
winter in Benson Arizona. As it
happened, Bob had to go to Albuquerque for a doctor's appointment which fitted
in with our travel plans. Instead of
going to Colorado we can catch up in New Mexico.
to drive the six and a half hours in one hit, we decided to stop halfway in ...
... wheel for a left hand drive experience . After a long day we finally pulled into our hotel the Hilton Garden Inn. A nice relaxing swim and spa soon got all the kinks out of the bones. After a good diner and a few drinks (adults only) then off to bed to rest up for the next leg. ...
... back in the film days. I went in to find out that there are still a few of us left...the place is staffed by shooters older than me who know how to take a photo. Old Speedgraphics, Linhofs, Hasselblads, Mamiyas, light meters, Bogen tripods, FILM! I'm not saying it's the best camera shop west of the Mississippi....but it's the best one I've been in. I haven't seen one this good since the last time I was in New York City. Kuddos guys. The old guy at the ...