La Quinta Inn & Suites Albuquerque Midtown
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... 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 ...
... of the rock black, and the early puebloans scratched pictures and shapes into the rock. There are over 20,000 images carved in the rock, but we saw maybe 100. Some of the images may be 2,000 to 3,000 years old, but later images are only 400 to 500 years old.
It is speculated that these carvings may have had a spiritual meaning, but no one really knows for sure.
... chips/salsa. After some well-earned lounging we were in the mood for a real meal and headed to Old Town where we dined on an outside patio at a Mexican place called Garduņo's (thanks for the tip Eric!). What a great nite, and great meal! Margs we tasted were coconut and pink something (agave and cranberry). Food we tasted were salmon (J), fish tacos (M), ...
... different geological phenomena. In addition to the petrified wood, there are petroglyphs to view as well.
We finally arrived in Show Low at the hotel about 5:45pm. We stayed at the Hampton Inn in room 231.
We had dinner that night about 4 minutes away at the Cattlemen’s Steakhouse. We got margaritas and enjoyed the salad bar and little loaf of bread. We were in before 6:30pm so were able to get the twilight menu which offers the regular fare but smaller portions. ...
Daytime at nuclear museum where i see little boy and fat man - a docent veteran explains that Roosevelt dropped the bombs to save American lives- that aspect of the war was a necessity . i'm not buying this however and seeing the H-bomb replicas made me feel sad n a bit sick ... out in the heritage park, the actual plane & missile display is actually awesome -shadows of planes and aircraft displayed against blue open sky..Enola Gay is ...