La Quinta Inn Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Day 18 in Albuquerque, NM! With an early start, we headed east for our DIY Breaking Bad Tour. Stop #1, Twisters restaurant AKA Los Pollos Hermanos! We of course had to get some tacos and even sat in the booth that Walter sat in the first time he went there. We think they reshot the area outside of the restaurant because numerous houses and buildings were nearby, as were some of the other locations, when on the show it looked more secluded. On to the second ...
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... Clovis tomorrow before we drive into Texas and stay at Palo Duro Canyon State Park for two nights. The weather today started out cloudy and cool but by the late afternoon the sky was blue and the temperature was in the 80’s.
Thursday, June 6 – Sumner Lake State Park, Fort Sumner, New Mexico
This campground is located to the north of Fort Sumner six miles off of route 84. Driving down the ...
... panhandle of Texas, through Amarillo and on to New Mexico. We saw a small tornado running along in the same direction as we were going, about 500 yards from the road, tossing up a cloud of red dirt, and we passed it. We figured it was moving at about 40 miles an hour.
New Mexico gave us mesas and plateaus and craters and gorges in the ground, yellow grass, and silver green plants dotting the hillsides. And I checked ...