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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... around in a frenzy and I can honestly say he was probably one of the more normal people we came across. The place was quite simply insane and yet we had not even made it to the strip.
After an hour of soaking in the atmosphere we got onto the bus at a nearby station and headed for the strip. Whilst entering Vegas strip that morning I was instantly amazed but nothing prepared me for splendour I would now behold. It was literally an adult playground of epic ...
... t quite right for the mass ascension (when 200+ balloons take off at the same time) but after an hours delay they finally launched - albeit a bit staggered. It was great seeing so many beautiful balloons fill the sky and towards the end the shapes come out - like a shark, scuba diver, dragon. It was a great experience - but I think you have to be a real balloon enthusiast to want to go back.
After such an early morning we were a bit knackered so we ...
... Town (they are not that strong, which is perfect for me), my main course was the cheese enchiladas. My mother had chile Colorado and my father had seafood enchiladas. We also got a chile relleno to share. Naturally, I had fried ice cream for dessert. After dinner we looked around shops at Bazaar del Mundo.
Friday I began the day with a walk along the recreation path at the hotel and had then had the included hotel breakfast. They gave out cookies at breakfast, which ...
... this proved impossible with the great distances in this part of the country. Shortly after Holbrook on I-40 I turned off and went to Petrified Forest National Park. A very intersting place to visit. 225 million years ago fallen trees were covered with silt and mud. Oxygen could not penetrate the layers, so the usual process of rotting was stopped. Silica from below ...
... suffer later.
The first part of Route 66 was on the interstate highway. But we saw cracking views along the ride. We loved the area. SF has retained its culture - avoiding high rise buildings or over powering glass sky scrapers! The gov has done a great job in their planning and the properties were all Mexican style flat roofs and clay type build. You ...