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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... western town of Lincoln, NM to see Jon Amastae (from El Paso) one more time. Jon is doing an amazing renovation of an old adobe type house on the main street in town ( only street actually!), where he & Sharon will one day retire to.
Drove on to Pecos, TX to spend the night in a nice RV park in this cowboy town!
... Things break if you live in a "sticks-n-bricks" house or a house on wheels.
We decided not to make a campground reservation, that way we are not locked into how far we will travel. Once we are on the road, I start looking at our options. I look at Wal-Mart’s, Truck Stops, State Parks and Passports campgrounds. When we are just planning to stop to sleep, we do not care about scenery or campground amenities. We found a little campground ...
... Jesse's house from the second season, drove past the car wash and went to Walter's house.
Walter's house was the most fascinating as the owner was watching guard from her garage. She was very friendly and she told us that they get people from all over the world visiting every day of the year.
There were security camera's and no one was allowed closer than the footpath. There were at least four other groups of people there when ...
... we had the battery back up to full charge, I drove the car from that rest stop on in to Alburquerque, about 90 miles. I drove in between Stan and Nick, quite the caravan.
The drive in to Alburquerque was really beautiful. So very different from what we're used to in green, lush Florida. The landscape is dry and desert like. Very little "green", just sand colors. Big, rolling hills and a few plateaus here ...
... place and we found a French cafe serving crepes and even Orangina! The shops were very expensive and full of cowboy boots and dreamcatchers, just so authentic. We also visited quite a few little galleries and a contemporary American Indian art museum. Tomorrow we leave for ...