La Quinta Inn & Suites Albuquerque Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on display were found in New Mexico.
Next is a display on the Age of Volcanoes, the Cenozoic period. This lead into the Rise of the Recent display, which is also on the Cenozoic period. Then came a display on Caves during the Pleistocene period. The last display was about New Mexico's Ice Age, also during the Pleistocene period.
These displays were fine but my ...
... We were entertained between innings by all the usual Minor League ballgame antics--races by people in Pepper costumes (Green Pepper won, but only by virtue of tackling Taco), children bouncing on blow-up horses, miscellaneous singing and dancing ("YMCA" and "Sweet Caroline" featuring strongly), with the addition of Myron Noodleman, a clown for hire who does the Minor League circuit. Tim and I both ...