Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - North Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Route 66 travellers. We sat down in a window seat booth in this typical old style diner with old juke box and ancient items around the place. As we were chatting, the couple sat in the next booth turned and asked where we were from, being English themselves, Andrew & Karen had come over from Malvern, Birmingham, we merrily swapping 66 stories and travelling tales. I'm sure we'll be passing them by in their black jeep along our ways. We ordered I had grilled chicken ...
... at lunch at Golden Corral then went to the International Balloon Museum. It presented a lot of history and facts about balloons that I didn't know before, such as: montgolfier balloons (hot air balloons), gas balloons, rozier balloons (a combination of the two, used in long distance ballooning today), and military balloons used by the U.S., Germany, and Japan during WWI and WWII. There was also a video about Joe Kittinger's ...
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!!!
... pattern Альбу
82;ерке и на сотни миль на запад, в Аризо
85;у. И закат
... has a 'Museum of Holocaust and Intolerance'? I didn't, so I decided to go there and see it on Friday. Half the small museum is dedicated to the Holocaust perpetrated by the nazis against the jews where 6 million perished in the gas chambers. But there were also displays about other genocides: the Armenian genocide perpetrated by the Turks in 1915 and ...