Days Inn Midtown Albuquerque
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... trails were rocky, with some scrambling involved but Mom did a great job and made it to the top of the mesa. After this we returned to Balloon Fiesta Park for an afternoon of country music starting with Sawyer Brown, then David Nail and then Josh Turner. It was a wonderful way to spend some time! Later we were treated to a spectacular lightning show in the distance and a sunset for the record books. Then fireworks to end the day.
Woo hoo, life is good again! What a day!
And so I arrived in Albuquerque, NM. After collecting our baggage from the carousel, we bumped into the Albuquerque Squadron Commander waiting for us. His name is Major Lloyd Voights and he is one of the most enthusiastic, energetic and eccentric men I have ever met! He is incredible passionate about his job and about the Civil Air Patrol (he also flies Lear jets, and many other aircraft including many in Afghanistan). He also seems to know almost everything we asked him! He took us to ...
... which were good and I normally don’t even like sopapillas (maybe I never had good ones before). We ordered one dessert to split, the Levante which was huge and delicious. It is like a Mexican style tiramisu. After that huge meal that I was only able to eat half of, I’m glad we got the dessert to split, as the serving portion would have been too big for one person.
Sunday we left the hotel after breakfast about 8am to drive to Santa Fe, via the ...