Red Roof Inn - Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... knew that! ABQ is not as pristine or quaint as Santa Fe, but a great city, buzzing with 19000 students at the University and a lot of atmosphere and buzz. We liked it very much.
A quiet afternoon ensued, sometimes you have to take time out and read, write a few postcards and do the washing. We wandered around the shops in the Old Town and just relaxed. We have a long day of driving ahead tomorrow to Holbrook, Arizona and into the next ...
... was around the corner but the entrance to the garage was closed. We found a spot on the street to go in and ask where to unload and at that time we were given a parking pass to enter the garage. The room wasn’t ready but we stored the bags and then split up to look around the area. I went to the Loretto Chapel, Kakawa Chocolate, where I had a hot chile chocolate drink. They had about 7 kinds of drinking chocolate and let you sample them before ordering. I also bought ...
... and all for $36 including continental breakfast! Unbelievable! After we are all plugged in and operational, Glenn tends to his bar duties, I marinate the chicken for dinner and we sit have drink and catch up with news from home via Facebook and emails. Did I mention we went to Walmart..... I would think that would be a given by now. It's part of the daily itinerary. its going to cool down tonight which will be great to be able to sleep without the A/C on. Goodnight Harvey ...
... away from soliders. It's like a whole country is movin.'
'Yeah,' Tom said. 'They is a whole country movin'. We're movin' too.'
I would argue that the country is still moving, and still running, from something and towards something. The dream of the west is still alive.
My meeting with Albuquerque Museum of Art and History was cancelled and moved to Tuesday, but they are adding the program coordinator for the public libraries, ...
... When Chief Yellowhorse died in 1999 the property was passed on to his grandson; Jerry lives there as a kind of caretaker/tour guide, and carves sculptures out of stone which he sells to businesses or private people. He is currently working on a truck for the truck stop near by. The government has offered Jerry full time work and a house, due to his Indigenous heritage - he is the Great Great Great Grandson of Kit Carson and one of his Indian wives - but he has ...