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... to The Cube, a BBQ place that was featured on the Food Network. We decided to order our food there but bring it back to the hotel to eat. While we waited for our food there was some live game being played in the restaurant that had teams of diners trying to guess answers to questions by a live DJ - sort of like a trivial show. We were half playing along but mostly just conversing until our food arrived.
As for our food, my ribs were great. ...
Damn, damn, damn!!!
It was really, really, really good!!!
Left Vegas. Went to Zuni. Ask me about the dragonfly legend and song. (Nephew Printer Scott King will especially be interested. So will anyone else who's interested in Native American beliefs)
Left Zuni. Went to Albuquerque (ABQ)
Went to Sandia tramway. It opens April 18.
Damn, damn, damn!!!
... surfboards, straw huts, etc. Made us long for our time in Hawaii!
Just before we left Pluto came out and we got some adorable pictures of him. A few more pictures around the dining area and then it was time to leave. We did some pictures in the lobby of the hotel and walked around the gift shop for a few minutes. We saw a model of the Disney cruise ship and it got us thinking and talking about our upcoming cruise! So excited and can't wait!
... is the Goldfield Mining Town. We've stopped here on previous trips so bypassed it this time. This is a re-created old west ghost town. There is a mine tour, shops, a restaurant and a narrow gauge train. We haven't done anything other than the restaurant but would like to spend more time there some day.
We drove past Canyon Lake. I must say it's a bit odd to see this big beautiful blue lake in the middle of the dessert. It's not everyday ...
... out for awhile while Bruce reminisced about his days being the Faculty Supervisor of Frontenac's break dancing club. Seriously, no joke! There was a beautiful church we visited called San Felipe de Neri Church. They had lovely grounds and it was so nice to just sit in the pews inside the church and have a quiet moment. At least Aimee thought so!
We spent a day driving through the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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