Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... adequate number of holes-in-one each and got many laughs.
Then, back at the house, nap time rolled around with the usual nappers and one unusual individual working on the second jigsaw puzzle of this trip. It's a 1,000 Piece puzzle and a tough one. Lynn and Lisa are working feverishly to complete it before we leave. I help a minor amount, but do enjoy such.
After dinner ...
... are having a hard time even finding places that are open. (Frankly, we both forgot the date.) After calling, I found a U-Haul dealer in the middle of Albuquerque that sells propane. I called the store directly to make sure: “Yes we absolutely sell propane by the gallon.” Wanting to make sure our rig will fit in their parking lot, I call the store a 2nd time. I confirm with the store that they have plenty of room for our RV and ...
... the series.
We then went back to the hotel for a buffet dinner and told everyone of our fascinating story!
There were two locations which we missed - Saul Goodman's office and Los Pollos chicken restaurant - purely because of distance and time restraints but it was definitely worth seeing some Breaking Bad locations.
We only had the one night in Albuquerque and we left pretty early the next morning for Amarillo in Texas.
Oh and Casinos everywhere! Nick and I tried our luck at one last night. We didn't have any luck!
But it was fun just the same.
When I went outside with my coffee this morning (still dark out), the sky was clear and FULL of stars. We don't get to see them like that at home. Spectacular way to start the day.
1780 miles so far.
... and "medical care", I told him my intention for going to Peru was not to be healed, but to find my direction in life. He was excited that was my intention because he had spent time working in highschools and witnessed the lack of direction most kids felt. He was frustrated how much pressure high schools place on students to attend secondary education, whether they know what they ...