Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... of nothingness and no other towns on the route, all heading North of East off this plain. We did see a sign for Wagon Wheel which Andy felt we should at least drive thru, so came off to see what was to see there: absolutely sod all, so straight back on to the highway on to Albuquerque with Andy repeating his lunch, mr stinky was back and sharing his aromatic lunch in the car. Albuquerque - As we headed towards the it, we could see the thick clouds looming above the ...
... Delicious! We got chatting to the waitress and asked her for recommendations on where we should head out for dinner/ drinks that night. Without hesitation she said Nob Hill (an area we had provisionally pencilled in) so we jumped into a taxi and headed off.
Pretty sure the taxi driver was stoned! Maybe he was under the influence a la Breaking Bad (which is set in Albuquerque). He was babbling on a bit, and his conversation was ...
We had a simple day planned (: Take the 2.7 mile tram to Sandia Peak and hike around the peak for a few hours and then take the tram back. Sounds easy, right? Mother Nature did not intend to allow us such trivial pleasures. About 20 minutes into our walk, in the bright sun of the day, rain began to fall. Hey, this is great, it's a warm day but not too warm as we are around 10,500 feet above sea level on top of Sandia ...
... 330 - Today we leave Albuquerque and head towards Flagstaff. Along the way we stop at El Malpais (Bureau of Land Management Area) and the kids work on their jr. ranger badges as we explore the area. We were able to take a mile hike on top of the lava rocks and I have to say it was a pretty amazing thing to do. The trail is well marked by piled lava rocks that guide you along the walk - these are called cairns. It was a bit ...
... is one that was off to the side and isn't included in their Walk Through Time path through the museum. It was a display called Startup: The Computer Revolution. It turns out that Microsoft's first customer was MITS, who was an early personal computer company that was based in Albuquerque. Since MITS was such an important customer, Microsoft had their offices here for the first few ...