Residence Inn Albuquerque Airport
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... and having the guacamole. Priceless!
I managed to download some pics but site is messing up again. I do have quite a few good pics of BB places and the city of Albuquerque in general. Have a look *****es!
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... sides but was clearly a beacon for everyone who worked with him. (Tickets cost $1 - a bargain!)
Afterwards I went to the Albuquerque Museum to see a recently opened exhibition of Afro-American art comprised of more than 100 pieces created by black artists between the 1920s and 1990s. Below you will see some photos from this interesting exhibition.
Yesterday I went to 'The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History'. Rita and ...
Then, we sat watching the local street cars and hot rods parading through the Main Street -nice n slow and showing off their shiny wheels,
Here the young ones spend their time dedicated to cars and hot rods. Big shiny wheels and lots of chrome - loud exhausts too. We were told it keeps the young ones away from crime and, it works. Good on ...
... the Mile High City. On I-40 you can often see for maybe 30 miles and the road is straight. Lynn posted some pics of windmill farms. We saw as many as a 100 at a time but they are far enough away from the highway they don't photograph well. It was cool to see the top of a Mesa covered with windmills. We also saw something I had only seen on TV...we saw a roadrunner and it ...
... as we crossed into New Mexico. There were huge cliffs and caves of bright red colour and deeply incised valleys. It was extremely interesting after the relatively speaking boring (I've heard it called minimalist) landscape we left in Arizona.
We pressed on to Gallup where the old Route 66 parallels the railroad and is a main drag even today. We drove around the downtown to see the El Morrow Theatre (restored in 2006), the Courthouse and the Cultural Centre, now located in ...