Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... was not to be.
The guide had organised a tour of the castle, which excited me as much as working in hospitality, and whence we met the guide my enthusiasm plummeted even further. The woman was dressed in Spanish colonial style clothing, with an old black dress and a bonnet on her head, before launching into her rehearsed speech. It seemed that every sentence ended with the question 'What do you think Scotty did?' to which Anna and I looked at each other in confused ...
... With an elevation over 10,000 feet, it was windy and cold at the top, but, having visited the tops of mountains plenty of times before, we were prepared with winter hats, mittens and lots of warm layers. We admired the view, explored a bit of the trails and then settled in for a nice dinner out.
We sat at a table for two by the windows looking out at the distant city of Albuquerque, enjoying a leisurely dinner in a warm environment. I had a bacon wrapped ...
... amp; then heading into Old Town Albuquerque.
We spent the morning shopping, there will lots of souvenir shops & market shops. There were Mariachi bands playing in the center of the old town, so we got lemonade & sat and watched them play.
It was so relaxing and we were so happy to have a day off driving.
... a narrow country road that seemed to be going into absolutely nowhere. I don't know if I can say its worth the drive or not; it was cool for sure - it's a big hole and you really tell that it was a meteor impact. It's just hard to really get the whole 'impact' of it (see what I did there?) because you're too close. The aerial photos I've seen are amazing because its a big crater in the middle of a vast flat desert. But it was cool. The whole landscape is really amazing.
... running around like a chicken with it's head cut off, looking for food, sniffing out food, wanting food, and lastly an insatiable need for FOOD. Now, I am a seasoned veteran of all of these symptoms and the fall out of them when they afflict my husband. This morning's episode was mild AND the FREE continental breakfast at the hotel solved the issue.
After we ate, our sights were set ...