Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... ve gotta find some kind of souvenir...</u></i></b&g t; 1:30pm (MT): Santa Fe, New Mexico. So after eating we headed to the old part of Santa Fe where there is a main square known as the "Plaza" and several old churches. We took pictures of St Francis Cathedral and then walked on to Loretto Chapel which is known for a free standing spiral staircase built by a craftsman with ...
... Anna wouldn't allow me to purchase a hat for myself.
After the museum we ventured out once more to the downtown area of Las Vegas, enjoying food and live music. I had enjoyed my time in this surreal and extravagant city but I must confess that my main enjoyment came from my tour of Death Valley. I longed for such areas of splendour and I realised my own addiction was for travelling not gambling. The time had come to make for Flagstaff, our next stop was The Grand Canyon. . . ...
... other side, having missed the obvious signs and turn off we needed. Getting u turn experts we crossed over to the other side and head back to the ranch. After a photo stop at this bizarre site,where a bloke offered Andy spray cans to graffiti on the cars, he declined having read the sign at the entrance saying no graffiti. It would be just his luck to be picked up with a spray can in his hands. As we left, Andy commented on people not being able to read the sign, ...
... to hear about my travels so far. I can say that Holi is one of the funniest and kindest women I have met, and welcomed me into her home as if I were family. Hannah is so enthusiastic about the Civil Air Patrol, some of the cadets back home could take a leaf out of her book. Jonathan is the most excitable and pleasant boy I have had the pleasure of meeting, and took great interest in what I did and where I came from, immediately getting his globe so I could show him where I ...
... stay sometime. Unhitched and took off to find the Loretto Chapel and the famous staircase. Made it to Santa Fe in time but they closed the chapel early today. Very disappointed. We'll just have to come back. Walked around town...reminded us of Boulder. Found a restaurant for some Mexican food and a beer and headed back to Albuquerque and the ...