Residence Inn Albuquerque North
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- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... on them. All good and just a simple ride to Albuquerque to go. Found a cool car museum in Santa Rosa, got more fuel and headed off again. 60 miles out and as i go over a rise the tail of the bike starts to move around, Off the throttle and slowly move over. yep, that tyre went flat really quick, it also popped off the bead. No chance of recovery from there, Luckily it stopped upright with me on it. only a long wait for towing as the closet is ...
... investing into Scotty's gold mine located in Death Valley. Despite this deception they struck up an unlikely relationship and whence Albert Johnson built the house he allowed Scotty to live there and tell made up stories to his guests, one of which was that the house was his and was called 'Scotty's castle'. It was quite possibly the most random story and tourist attraction I had ever come across and the tour itself was the perhaps the most boring thing I have ever done, ...
... fast and small snake.
After that we stopped at Subway to get a lunch for a picnic and then headed to another open space park, this one on the west side of town. We ate at a wrought iron table on the cement patio overlooking a large field in front of the river where dozens of Canada geese gathered. To my delight, 4 sandhill cranes flew in and landed at the far edge of the field.
We explored two trails along parts of the Rio ...
... some had witnessed a RAF C130 pilot landing on a narrow strip of beach. It gave me a new sense of pride about the RAF.
We then went to see the Med Evac Lear jets that Major Voights flew. We also got to sit in the cockpits and saw how the paramedic crew would deal with certain situations. We also got to take part in a drill. After this we went back to the church to attend a presentation about the first Native American code talkers. The person giving ...
... 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 ...