La Quinta Inn Albuquerque Northeast
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... on". A mantra all of us should live by every day.
I am not sorry for including so many pictures of open road because every bend I come around offers more sensational views than the last one. My route takes me through Lincoln County, where Billy the Kid made his last escape from the courthouse back in 1881.
Every time I stop and step out of the car for photographs, total silence ...
... off of the same dishes that we have used for years, seeing the same pictures, and art, it occured to me that this place, this one place that I have visited since I was born, is THE constant in my life. My grandpa's garage even had the same smell I remember from a kid, as I would sit and watch him build something or just tinker. Sitting here now, I get teary eyed as I realize how comforting it is for me to be here. Even more amazing to me now, is ...
... fully later on what has been a challenging, spontaneous, aggravating but also sometimes charming part of our journey, but for now I will summarise and let the pictures tell the story.
Briefly.......... we reached Fort Stockton, which is one of the more remote parts of Texas and the RV broke down. During the night Wendy fell ill with a stomach bug and spent a lot of time hugging the loo. A recovery ...
... camp for the night we decided to visit the painted desert and petrified forest, OMG what a good decision that was it was beautiful, at the entrance the ranger asked how many in the vehicle, whether we had bought any rocks etc with us and warned us on pain of death, i think from the way she worded it, that we must not pick anything up in the park at all and take it away, we would be checked thoroughly on the way out. About halfway round we ...
... skeptical of tourist attractions such as this, but an older couple we chatted with at the KOA in Grants had mentioned it as a great stop in ABQ. They were right! Sandia Peak Tramway claims to be the longest tramway in the world. It took 15 minutes to get from the bottom to the top. While it's sorta cheating because the surrounding land is already pretty high above sea level, Sandia stills stands at an impressive 10,000 feet up. My mom would definitely not have ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed