Quality Suites Albuquerque - Gibson Blvd
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... We did our best to find our way, getting there eventually with a few more wrong turns and exclaimations. And then we were "home." !! (and a whole lot more familiar with the roads of Albuquerque.)
Later we headed to Old Town to walk around and enjoy a nice lunch at an outdoor restaurant overlooking a park. In the evening we went back to Tram Rd to watch the fireworks over the city.
Tomorrow we will get up at 4:30 so we can go see the balloons at Fiesta Park.
... logs all over the place, that look like normal logs, but are actually fossils made of stone that look exactly like wood. It's what you could call hard-wood. (The wood must also have been very scared as it's called petrified wood...). There was also a great overlook onto the painted desert, which is a view across the desert that has many vibrant colours.
After this fun filled day, we made it to Albuquerque by ...
... of that water was usually around 85 degrees. We knew it could be quite a hike as we had read that there was some pretty good inclines on the trail. Clare went in the backpack and we were off like a herd of turtles, as Gran likes to say! The way there we were going down a lot and we were beginning to second guess our judgement as to whether or not this was a good hike for the kids. We ...
... with a metal chandelier that had been warped and twisted under the pressure of the sinking ship. A coat, pair of socks, trousers, and suspenders, nearly pristine, unfolded and arranged with the tag "Suit in the Prince of Wales pattern found in a trunk" was perhaps the highlight of strange things that survived when people did not. The exhibit wound through to the obligatory gift shop, but superstition prevented both of us from purchasing any ...
... from oceans and far removed from others, yet accessible. The spot that was chosen already had a school located on it, built in 1917 as a school where boys could develop into strong, healthy men. The government used the school building and it became part of the secret city. While it was a boy's school, it's address was Bathtub Row, because it ...