La Quinta Suites
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... in one of the Patio Market apartments, depicting the 1706 southward migration of the town’s original twelve families from Bernalillo to Albuquerque.
Over the years, the strong southwestern sunshine faded the mural. In 2008 it was magnificently restored by Albuquerque artist Karen Deaton of DreamScapes.
Definitely worth a stop when visiting this historic town.
... First, is the view! It's like sitting in front of a panoramic movie screen. When you travel out west you could literally stop every 5 miles to take advantage of awesome photo opps! Second, you can travel a very long way on one tank of fuel without needing to stop.
This is going to come in very handy when crossing the desert:) Third, you can fix meals on the go. Fourth, you can call ANYPLACE home! You're self contained and, if you plan correctly, you have everything you ...
... am it went off again......and we couldn't figure out why. Maybe the generator exhaust was leaking in......we touched it and it was rather warm where the small electric heater was nearby. Maybe it's a heat thing. Either way, neither of us had ANY of the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, so we thought maybe the alarm wasn't working properly. These alarms use sensors, and sometimes they can go bad, and sometimes have a shelf life.
... nappys or something. I was much happier giving the waitress a few extra dollars than I was to the woman last night.
Got on the cruise and headed all around the buildings, was really good, the captain explained loads about what we were seeing. We passed loads of weddings and celebrations, we passed this one girl who had one of those Gypsy Fat Wedding dresses, proper massive it was, she didn't look happy wearing it. One of the woman on our boat said it was for her ...
... called Ugly pies. I had apple pie with ice cream. It was delicious. We then crossed over into New Mexico. Our next stop was Glenrio. This is a ghost town of what once had over 1000 people but now there's only 1... Roxanne! Not much there really though. We then stopped off at the New Mexico information point before heading on to Tucumcari where theres some wonderful old route 66 buildings, cafes, motels etc including the ...