Quality Suites Albuquerque - Gibson Blvd
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Oh and Casinos everywhere! Nick and I tried our luck at one last night. We didn't have any luck!
But it was fun just the same.
When I went outside with my coffee this morning (still dark out), the sky was clear and FULL of stars. We don't get to see them like that at home. Spectacular way to start the day.
1780 miles so far.
... and streets.
We arrived early for our 6:30pm reservation at El Pinto and were seated promptly in a small room with a fire place. This restaurant is large and has many seating areas. The outside is very charming as well with lovely plants. We had a coupon from the visitors bureau website for a free chile con queso so we ordered that and got margaritas to start. The queso came out fast followed by the margaritas. For main course I had the chile con carne enchiladas (pork ...
... Once again customer service that goes beyond what you expect. It's so nice. The rain has well and truly left us now and as we near Albuquerque the sun is shining. We are going to take the scenic tram (cable car) to Sandia Peak. The aerial tram travels for 2.7 miles from the desert floor to the top of the 10378 foot Sandia Peak. The ride takes around 15 minutes to traverse the distance and below us are canyons and lush forests. Apparently there is also plenty of ...
The winds were wild as we drove from Tucumcari to Albuquerque on Friday. There had been dust storms the night before and the car was now covered in dust, sand, and mud. It looked like we had taken it on some off-road adventure, when in fact all it had done was sit in the parking lot of the Motel Safari.
On the road west, the winds kept up their frantic howling. We pulled off at various sections of Route 66, Newkirk, Cuervo, Santa Rosa. Most ...
... September. Would I! They pointed out the direction of their house, just in case I made it back to The States at fiesta time. Their description of the festivities and food sounded wonderful.
On we went though, towards Arizona through Acoma, Grants (where Viv and I stayed after getting lost at Chaco Canyon in 2011) and Gallup, loving the Road and the many sections of Old Route to drive. We were never far from the I40 in this section though. Just before - ...
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