Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Albuquerque West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... It was a beautiful spot with perfect weather.
Then we drove to the Tram and took it to the top of Sandia Peak for lunch. The Sandia Mountains are made up of a type of granite which is pink. When the down-going sun sets just right, it makes the mountains look pink like watermelon and thus the name. Sandia in Spanish means watermelon.
The lunch was good at 10,300 feet above sea level and ...
... chickens, loving the dogs (and picking up after them... see pic below), and endearing herself to the rather cantankerous rabbit. As we bid a fond farewell, we all looked forward to the next reunion, hopefully in Harare!
From ABQ, we passed through Gallup and into northern Arizona's Painted Desert. This gorgeous stretch of high-desert badlands stretches from Petrified Forest National Park to the Grand Canyon. When we reached the Petrified Forest, ...
... breaking at about 7:30am. In Childress, it was still pitch black at 7:30 .. didn't really get very bright until 8:30am. The weather has been perfect .. crisp and cool in the morning (about upper 60s), warm and sunny in the afternoon (about upper 70's, lower 80's).
To break up the monotony of the drive, we decided to stop at the Mesaland Dinosaur Museum in Tucumcari, NM. It was actually really cool ...
... is full of those little roadrunner birds....they choose to run instead of fly because of the crazy wind!
As we were getting the coach ready to leave this morning we noticed that the air conditioner in the cab wasn't working so the troubleshooting begins! Now mind you, we are really new at this and everyday we figure something new out about this house on wheels. So, where to you begin? Quickly, and with the best discernment I could muster I open the door and ...
... are so much more attractive than flatlands with absolutely nothing to see for as far as you can see.
We will venture into Old Town Albuquerque later with cousin Linda, who we haven't seen for a few years. A tour of Old Town and a few pics and another post with pics later.