Ramada Albuquerque East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... could tell that Anna thought the same thing as I did, which was 'Who is this Scotty?' It was obvious to me that the guide had rehearsed her story for she refused to deviate from it and therefore if someone asked a question her answer would not make sense for it didn't relate to what the person had asked. From what I could gather the castle wasn't actually a castle and it also wasn't owned by this Scotty fellow. It was owned by a man named Albert Johnson, who had been ...
... That was an interesting experience because we ordered a pizza marguarita that arrived with a very burned crust. It looked and tasted burned so I flagged the waiter over and politely informed him our pizza was burned and we didn't like it. He grabbed a menu off the table beside us and pointed to a tiny bit of text down on the lower left corner. It read: " Our pizzas are baked in extremely hot ovens 680-800 degrees. The extreme heat causes the crust ...
... off to Albuquerque but I passed by a sign for the Petrified Forest, which I'd always wanted to see. I don't remember why exactly, except that I read about it when I was a kid and it seemed exotic. So I took the exit but it turned out to be a sneaky way to get tourists into this ****** little run-down town, from which you could then drive down a road for another 18 miles to get to the park. I turned around and got out of there and headed back onto the Interstate. I'd been on the road ...
... to graffiti?
The Cadillac Ranch was about 10 miles outside of town so we took the Fiat and left the pups to guard the RV. You can see the attraction from the road, it looks just like you've seen in pictures. A short walk to the car graveyard, and we went to work. Everything is already painted so we painted over a few spots to make our mark. I did 2 artistic pieces, one of our names and the date and one paying homage to my ...
... ignite the burner, resulting in the balloons across the entire field glowing in the dark. Quite a spectacle. (See 10/6 entry - A Feast for the Eyes to see the Glow pics).
As if that isn’t enough fun, after the glow there is a fireworks show.
We are exhausted. Who knew having fun could be so tiring.
Here’s some pics. In a few days, we’ll post an entire slide ...