Residence Inn Albuquerque
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Seeing as we didn't have anywhere to travel to we planned to have a bit of a lay-in. Some of the other guests staying at our motel were up early for the balloon festival. We knew this because they made a racket at 4am!!!!
I woke about 7am (which is late compared to every other morning of this holiday) and pottered around getting ready. I went for brekki and them brought Mark back some fresh coffee and breakfast for him ...
... relaxing by the pool as the temp was around 95 f and the driving is quite tiring, although we here by all accounts that the UK has equally been as hot! Off into Albuquerque in a mo before embarking on our next route which is a 220 mile trip to Holbrook in Arizona. Just to say that although we do have WiFi, it is not particularly quick so some of the photos are taking an age to download so on some blogs may be coming through a day or so late. Love to all, Jones 'Were the Millers' Family ...
We have our whole trip mostly planed out. On April 4th we are renting a car and driving to L.A. to fly to Rio De Jenero, Brazil and we are going to stay there for a little while and then we are going to Madagascar for about a week. From there we are going to the beautiful Germany! After Germany we are Going to Tokyo. (That's my favorite.) Then one last stop in Australia and then ...
... t sore the next day but we were!
When we were getting information about Jemez Mountain, the road side food stands were recommended as a must stop. We followed their advise and had the world's best burger! It was called a pueblo burger and was on fry bread which we had never tried before. We ended going back and getting 2 more! The stands are run by local Pueblo people and we also ...
Ok, more observations...... I am floored by people's sense of entitlement when it comes to "carry on"...,,and it's always the people who think every single item in those multiple bags are absolutely vital to their travel.....hence the lady with the roll aboard, back pack, pocketbook, cloth grocery bag, pillow, jacket, and bag ...