Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Albuquerque West
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... her to keep Margaret there if she happened to turn up and to give me a call. I was heading back down into Albuquerque to try and find her.
I was just about to turn onto Interstate 40 East when I saw her in the little red sports car turning off and heading towards the road to the RV Park. Panic turned to relief, I pulled over and we were re-united. She had taken the wrong turn from the Rental Office and then ...
The next day we were due to visit an Indian Pueblo Cultural Centre. This was an opportunity to look at the history of the Native Americans in New Mexico and also to see some cultural dances that they were putting on for audiences that day. The Centre was very interesting and again, no pictures were allowed. All around the centre it explained the struggles of the Native Americans during the European colonies and the USA Government. ...
... picture (this one had bits to twiddle at the ends) was actually shaved off :( but he was still really cool with a high up bed on stilts, comic books and a retro game boy. He also had a service dog called Julian who was a cross between a pit bull and American bull dog and was just the sweetest dog ever! Such a sedated temperament and helped Kevin with his PTSD after an experience in Iraq. He was so well trained and could speak on demand, paw, sit, roll over and even ...
... are kept and many more planes outdoors. You can walk around and view tons of old planes.
We made our way to downtown Tucson and the historic area where we drove around for a little before going to dinner at El Charro. Their salsa was garlicky but good. My prickly pear margarita could have used more flavor. I had enchiladas el rancho (carnitas in a green chile crema with cheese) served with rice and charros. My mother had the carne seca burro which had a sort of strange ...
... buildings -- I could easily have been back in Colombia or Mexico. The state capitol had open access and some amazing art work. In fact, if you are into art, Santa Fe has a lot of galleries in the core area and churches and supposedly the oldest house in the USA. Really neat architecture. We spent about an hour and a half wandering around. Very nice indeed. A visit to the Visitor's information prompted ...