Days Inn Midtown Albuquerque
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... had formed a very definite line some 30 feet in from the road edge which bordered the grassy bit. Also remember it about 5:45m and it was very dark, apart from glowing phones and glow ropes. Eventually I asked the couple next to me why they were standing there, forming part of this very definite line, facing the way they were and they admitted they did not know except that everyone else seemed to be doing it.
Eventually I simply walked further ...
... themselves to the role of backup singers. As we gained altitude, Santa Fe is at 7k ft. (some 2K feet higher than Albuquerque) not only were our ears popping but we noticed that the vegetation was becoming a little less desert-like. Perhaps a different kind of rough would be awaiting John mused Marc. Some fun facts about being at 7k feet: the air is thinner, it typically takes about 48 hours to adjust and staying hydrated is important. Here is ...
... We did our best to find our way, getting there eventually with a few more wrong turns and exclaimations. And then we were "home." !! (and a whole lot more familiar with the roads of Albuquerque.)
Later we headed to Old Town to walk around and enjoy a nice lunch at an outdoor restaurant overlooking a park. In the evening we went back to Tram Rd to watch the fireworks over the city.
Tomorrow we will get up at 4:30 so we can go see the balloons at Fiesta Park.
... serving! Still nowhere near the biggest size though – even his appetite pales into insignificance next to some American ones. Olo’s was actually featured in an episode of Breaking Bad, so we’ll have to look out for that when we finally get round to watching the box-set.
Having done main meal and pudding in Nob Hill, we opted against a nightcap to wash it down and headed back to the Andaluz to luxuriate in our fabulous ...
... would've thought driving could be SO exhausting!
Day three finished and another GREAT day! I've decided that I truly am blessed beyond measure. I don't know of too many families that could travel cross country and NOT kill each other. I'm sure we'll have a few of those moments in the days to come but bottom line...we really do love being with one another and THAT makes my heart happy. Goodnight.