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Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
... over into New Mexico and boy was it breathtaking from the very beginning. I was taking pictures left and right. And the clouds look like Florida clouds again fluffy and thick. I saw two deer, a doe and a buck with a rack and they were white speckled. Need to find out the breed. No cricket sightings.
Tucumcari, Nm was where we finally found a cache with a travel bug. Yeah. We left a travel bug in its place. Gas is ...
... br> Albuquerque is home to a wonderful zoo and aquarium/botanical garden which we visited the next day. Our first stop before the zoo was breakfast. Every time we come to Albuquerque we have to stop and eat at The Flying Star....a great little restaurant with a patio and great big city food, the kind you simply can not get in Roanoke. After that we met up with a past colleague of my mom's and her kids, since it's always better to have a tour ...
... into the depths of the southern suburbs to Los Pollo Hermanos (Twisters Grill - a burrito hut in real life). Alburquerque has very strong Spanish roots, but there's also a hint of gentrification - I'm currently sitting on the roof top bar of my hotel (a newly converted former military hospital) watching the sun set over the city.... Cheers to Saturday! Road Trip KM: 224 (excluding ...
... than two hours to get 500 balloons into the sky, so we had to hurry.
It was beautiful, majestic, humbling. It was grand! I'll let the photos inspire your own adjectives.
We walked among the balloons, talked to the flight crews, while strangers shared their cameras so everyone could get the the pictures they wanted. There were no grumpy old men, no crying babies...everyone ...
... truly spectacular play by the second basemen who dove for a ball and then started a double-play from his knees, we might be there still. I never can understand why managers just won't leave well enough alone. Nevertheless, it was an enjoyable evening--temperature was very pleasant, and the home team won, so everyone went home happy. (Except the Rangers' wannabees.)
Tomorrow: Old-Town Albuquerque.
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