La Quinta Inn Albuquerque I-40 East / San Mateo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Yesterday was nice! all of the family was here and we all had a great time. Then we were back on the road after saying our goodbyes. We drove to Amarillo, TX and filled up which costed 48.50. Then we went to Tucumcari, NM and filled up which costed 21.50. Then we traveled to Albaquerque , NM and filled up which costed 32.1 then we went to bed after eating dinner at Burger King which costed 20.00. And that was the end of our day.
Before we left Roswell, sam insisted we go to the UFO museum in the middle of town. I thought it would be a bit tongue in cheek. Turns out they are serious and its all a conspiracy. First Kennedy, now this. I am not sure I can deal with another crushing blow to my reality, so no mirrors for the rest of the trip.
Not too far out of Roswell, Sam let me in for a ...
... decor is that of a 1950s diner. I got the frito pie and a PB&J shake, my mother had a cheeseburger and mocha shake and my father had a taco platter special and grasshopper shake. The portions were large, especially the shakes and they give them to you with the can so you can refill your large glass a couple times. The food was very good and we enjoyed it; I’d go back if I ever return to the area.
Next we drove to the Balloon Museum and spent about 1 hour there. We ...
... seated in the bigger room which sadly, I think took away a bit of the experience. The smaller room was much more intimate. Also, the lack of Christmas decorations definitely impacted the feel of the restaurant. And unfortunately, our waitress was pretty stern and not very friendly which also made our time at the restaurant not as enjoyable as the times past. However, we enjoyed our time and had delicious ...
... home. There are signs at the entry to pueblo's asking people to be respectful and not take photographs, so of course I left my camera in the car.
After posting the cards I started chatting to a couple in a car out front of the Post Office who had a cute little dog with them called Drew. We had a conversation about Australia, birds and feathers - Fred asked me if I had any - then Fred and Mary Martinez asked me if we'd like to come to a fiesta in September. Would ...