La Quinta Inn Albuquerque Northeast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Bruce failed to mention was that near the top of the mountain, the winds are something fierce, and that tiny cable cars suspended from thin cables above enormous vertical drops can take quite a buffeting from high speed winds. And buffeted we were, swinging wildly from side to side in multiple gusts. We 'landed' very slowly and with much bumping of cable car against the rails and guides etc. but eventually, land we did and I disembarked into ...
... those who desire to travel, it seems that one should look no further than the Las Vegas strip, for already I had noticed The Eiffel Tower of Paris and The Trevi Fountain of Rome. Initially I felt cheated, for I had travelled to these lands in order to gaze upon these famous landmarks, but in Vegas they looked exactly the same. It was an affront to the travelling world of men for folk could easily take a selfie in front of such a landmark in Vegas, and convince their friends ...
... little town called Holbrook.
took us off the main interstate highways onto some minor roads which were just
wonderful to drive on and not have heaps of big trucks and lots of traffic
belting along at 70 75 mph. It never
ceases to amaze me how much open space you encounter while driving through this
country. Australia has around 23
million people in total while here there is ...
Weather in Albuquerque has been wonderful. If you can find shade, the breeze blows cool and because it's so dry, you don't sweat..
We went to a place called ABQ BIOPARK. I am not crazy over botanical gardens, so it was with low expectations that I went. What a nice surprise when we got there. The tickets were only $5.00 for seniors, and that included admission to the aquarium and the gardens. The first ...
... these families are. Several resort lakes also have their place and it was odd to see full size marinas so far inland.
Eventually we crossed into New Mexico. We stopped for a very dodgy coffee to ward off tiredness at one of the many New Mexican villages along the way, and realised that we had seen the last of the alpine weather. The fist big town we came across was Espanola, and then Santa Fe. Santa Fe seemed to be ...