Residence Inn Albuquerque North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... two miles to get back to where we had started and finally another mile or so to find the Plaza. Lots of street or should I say sidewalk merchants were there offering their wares. There were also numerous shops offering most anything a person did not need. I did finally find a straw hat with a drawstring which I've been searching for since we hit the sun country. It's a nice one made of raffia, which is a fiber ...
... had it looking virtually brand-new within 30 minutes. When we got to ABQ, we spent a couple of hours at the airport renewing the contract, and we actually ended up with a new minivan. We were therefore relieved to be returning a vehicle that wasn't (quite) such a disaster. While Shirish negotiated the contract renewal, April and the girls spread out a blanket and had a picnic at the airport; the resulting sympathy/confusion/distraction among ...
... breaking at about 7:30am. In Childress, it was still pitch black at 7:30 .. didn't really get very bright until 8:30am. The weather has been perfect .. crisp and cool in the morning (about upper 60s), warm and sunny in the afternoon (about upper 70's, lower 80's).
To break up the monotony of the drive, we decided to stop at the Mesaland Dinosaur Museum in Tucumcari, NM. It was actually really cool ...
... all your creature comforts. Fifth, and this is the all important one, you have a pot to use anytime you have need!!!
Today was not only an absolutely beautiful drive from the panhandle of Texas into Albuquerque, NM but it was also a challenging one. The wind just blows nonstop it seems! I'm not talking breezy either! I'm talking steady, strong, make the birds fly sideways kind of wind! Actually, come to think of it....there were no birds in the air. Now I know why ...
... take the back road, a slower route to Albuquerque called the Turquoise Trail. Well worth it-- a scenic byway which we often try to take and then a little slice of Route 66 again before entering Albuquerque. A little mining town of Cerrillos was very interesting and maybe should've wandered there a little more. If ever back in the area will also stop at Madrid-- described as a town of hippies, real ...