Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North
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- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Today, Angelina and I went to Old Town Albuquerque. I can't believe that some of the first houses that were built in 1793 by the city's settlers are still there! The museums were amazing! I felt like I traveled back in time to the 1700s when it was first founded! I loved the old Spanish style buildings as well.
One of the museums actually had …
... at the Sandia Tram. I had asked Mark not to tell me how high it went. As I really struggled in St. Louis at The Arch (at around 630 feet high), I REALLY didn't want to know!! Mark said it was a 5 figure number and I tried not to freak out too much!! He thought it was hilarious, I didn't!
We arrived at about 7pm and the last tram went up at 9pm. The queue was about an hour long so I REALLY didn't need the time to think about what was in store. After ...
... buildings. The majority of exhibits relate directly to Bobby, Al, and Al Junior’s racing accomplishments BUT also include the much earlier Louie and family as clear up through today’s family. You can see a family tree that traces the Unsers from the ‘beginning’ to today. Actual working race cars, motors, clothing, artwork, movies, library, and antiques fill the two modern buildings. ADDED VALUE—you get a tour with a ...
... The Rockified trees laying in the vast, stark Arizona back drop were beautiful, but we had a Corvette and 2 long, winding roads. What should we do? What else could we do?
GO Speed Racer GO!
The pictures (in the gift shop) of both national treasures were great. If we ever come back out here again, we might even slow down and see them for our selves… maybe...
What a road! What a ...
... they're dust or rain. Every now and then the sun cuts through the clouds and lights up the Sandia mountains and they're just gorgeous. We head to the part of the city at the base of the Sandias and wind up in a park with walking trails. The vantage is perfect...with an unobstructed view of the mountains. Consequently, I set up my film gear and burn some film....between wind gusts.
At this point, we're losing the light...and when you're working ...