Quality Suites Albuquerque - Gibson Blvd
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... parking were not as bad as New Mexicans made out (maybe to them it was bad, but to us Londoners - meh!) so we had plenty of time to spare to try a delicious funnel cake (kind of like a big flat squiggly donut covered in icing sugar). The balloon glow was nice with a row of balloons firing up their gas cylinders to light up the balloons before dawn. Dawn patrol saw three balloons take off - you can walk right next the balloons and touch them. Unfortunately the ...
... to discuss business.
The show had many great characters who changed (some for the better, others not so much) throughout the 5 seasons the show was on the air. One of the characters, Jesse Pinkman, was very fond of peppering his sentences with the word, "*****es" and thus you may read it in my post here or there. Got it, *****es?!
I visited most of main shooting locations from Breaking Bad. The White residence, Hank ...
... and photographers. The evening closed with a firework demonstration that occurred from two different directions of the launch field. We don't know the attendance but would guess it to be several hundred thousand people.
Back to the hotel for a 5 am airport shuttle and begin our way home. Thanks to Henry and Tita for also attending and making it even more fun. So long from New Mexico.
... a landscape of exquisitely colourful petrified logs with patterns of blended yellows, reds, black, blue, brown, white and pink. It looked almost like they had been cut into sections by a sharp blade, instead over the years they just crack. These ancient fossils are trees that lived over 200 million year ago. Paleontologists have found dinosaur fossils here.
Another pit stop at an Indian Reservation and I purchase a unique Sand Painting.
Then the rain ...
... on the original road at about 45 if the road is anything close to smooth and slower if rough. When we were about 10 miles from our lunch destination, the engine seemed to be loosing power. I kept watching the engine temp and monitoring that the oil pressure was holding. I noted that I had the pedal closer to the floor than usual. I was concerned that I was loosing the engine. I was feeling a buildup of pressure in ...