Days Inn Midtown Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Spain, which is also called Madrid. For anyone who is arty, this is a great town to stop in as there are many art, photography and sculpture shops all the way through. Unfortunately, if you wanted to be able to buy any of the pieces, you would have to have a considerable amount of money at your disposal, but it was still very fun to look around the different stores. As it was particularly hot ...
... sated we then headed off to Albuquerque via a couple of vineyards en route. First stop was the Estrella Del Norte vineyard, where we got the opportunity to taste 6 wines for $6. We sampled a range from white to port and finished with their in-house speciality called Holy Mole that features a hint of chilli pepper (obviously!). We then drove across the road to visit Don Quixote, a winery and distillery that specialises in spirits, but ...
Day 328 - Today we took Lars and Trent to see Petroglyph National Monument which is just down the road from where we are staying. They are now 10 and 7 and are used to going with their parents on camping trips, so they are at an age to enjoy for what we have planned for them. Today they will earn the first of 4 Jr. Ranger badges and patches for completing the booklet that they are given when they arrive. It's a wonderful way ...
... go upstairs until much later. I don't think going through in the wrong order mattered.
If you go through in the recommended sequence, it starts with an exhibit on the origins of life on Earth. The exhibit told the latest scientific theories and didn't make any concessions due to religion. Next are three exhibits of fossils from the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. Most of ...