Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - North Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of ages gone by. It doesn't matter what the problem is, whether it's a cancelled flight or overbooked buses', a simple bag of Cheetos will suffice. I only wish Air India could have offered the same token of forgiveness and then I would have felt immediately at ease and satisfied with my flight cancellation to Delhi. The power of crisps knows no bounds. The moment I opened the bag and smelt the cheesy aroma I was hypnotised and forgot all my troubles. Who needs a night ...
... too. We are only two rows in front of regular economy, but the flight attendant would not let a person from that row move without paying the extra fee for economy plus.
A little more than halfway through the flight, a woman came and sat on the same row with Philip, but I think by then he was finished sleeping and ready to sit up and read or watch another movie.
My favorite things this trip:
... into the "old town" area of Alburquerque to visit the church of San Felipe. This church dates from the early 1700s, not quite as old as San Miguel, but is just about as ornate inside. We spent a few minutes pondering the meaning of life, before sitting across in the shade of the central plaza for a while.
After that we got all touristy and bought some cheap souvenirey stuff to wind the day ...
... I wasn't able to identify. We then took a short hike over to the Rio Grande through a nice path through the Cottonwood Trees. The best part came when we were walking back to the car and sat down for a second to see who would be coming to the bird feeders, and to my amazement out walked a stunning beautiful Ring Neck Pheasant followed by his mate. I was in heaven!
Enjoy this area. Our next stop is Santa Fe for four days.
... direction for a favorable landing spot. Check out more pictures of Airabelle here.
Yesterday I explained the box allowing balloon pilots to fly different directions depending on the altitude. Today I provided the Albuquerque Balloon Museum’s description of the box in the photos. When the box is in effect, pilots frequently can land back in the launch field. As the competition was nearing the end, balloons flew within ...