Quality Inn & Suites North Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... species, dont ask me which ones...) that moved, their eyes moved, and they made sounds. Never being a huge dinosaur fan I didnt think beforehand that I would be impressed, but I was. Very impressed. I love the dinosaurs, several floors of models, interactive information and skeletons. The information on the earthquakes was interesting and it was good to see that NZ had not had too many of any concern lately. There was an exhibit with an elevator that took you ...
... 8217;s at the top of the mesa just west of Albuquerque and we get pretty strong breezes every day. More interesting are the storms we’ve had both nights. Tuesday night we had thunder, lightning and hail, but thankfully no damage. Then late last night more thunder and lightning, which Aragon hates. Out came is thunder shirt, but even that didn’t settle him down. He spent part of the night plastered against us, vibrating the bed with his ...
... it was fascinating to see how they had lived. We lunched at the Church Street Cafe and loved the old adobe building and decor. In the middle of the town was the oldest Church in Albuquerque ~ the beautiful San Felipe de Neri. Another day, we went to the Petroglyph National Monument and hiked the trails. We drove to look at the remains of ...
... no light means no photos. This isn't like digital, where you can get away with murder. So we head back downtown, to take pics of any random neon we might have missed. There were a few cool old signs and I wanted to get shots of them. Albuquerque is unusual. It's a city that looks very different at night than in the day (see quote below). Lights and neon are a huge part of it's personality.
We head back to the international district. This is not ...
... and thought they were absolutely crazy! When they reached the top, they said as much about themselves.
The trail continued on--level now--stretching past large rock formations and old trees, both dead and alive. Some of the rock formations looked like mushrooms. It was weird to think that it was all natural. Some looked as if they had just been brought in and deposited there. We followed the rock cairns around the rock formations for ...