La Quinta Inn & Suites Albuquerque West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... heck, and set out for the Kiwanis Cabin, a mere 1.5 miles away. "1.5 miles, I can walk about 3 miles per hour, I will be there in half an hour", I thought. Er. Wrong! It turns out that the 1.5 miles were all uphill and that some parts of the trail were quite rough, requiring carefully footing choices. And of course, this 1.5 miles, uphill, started at 10,378 feet and ended at 10,953 feet. Thus climbing 575 feet in 1.5 miles.
... in there droves. At this moment however I must continue to describe my journey to Death Valley, for this was a place beyond the understanding of most men and quite literally one of the most stunning areas of land I have ever gazed upon.
Gradually the bus began to fill and I immediately became aware that I was on a tour made up primarily of old people. Having worked in the realms of hospitality, particularly in Australia and Scotland, I had often come across ...
... 350 million, but
still plenty of land. The scenery is
of course outstanding.
The route we
took was called "Rim Country" which follows the rim of the Grand Canyon, while
not actually seeing the actual Canyon, the road was up and down some fairly
steep grades. Pleased to say our little
Motorhome handled it with ease.
approached Holbrook we noticed a sign on a ...
... entered was the children's fantasy garden. It was as though you were walking underground and could see the carrots, turnips, radishes, and other root vegetables growing. You could walk through a giant pumpkin, and the seeds were 'hanging' from the ceiling. There were mazes to walk through, and lots of secret places in the garden. Then you came out to a garden where there were lots of model trains running. ...
... arty type of place, we spent some time in the down town area and then returned to the bikes to head for Albuquerque.
Carl tried to engage first gear, and nothing. The inner spline on the shift shaft was stripped, so my attempts to get him going failed. We hand shifted him into second gear and we made a slow trip to Santa Fe Harley Davidson. Without hesitation the dealership set about the task of getting the problem ...