Residence Inn Albuquerque North
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... car place and considered our options, choosing to rent a car for a day so we would be free to do whatever we wanted. We filled out the paperwork and then headed to the parking lot to pick up the car, a Kia Soul, the guy had informed us, which to me looks like a box on wheels; I am not a fan and neither is mom. Talk about a switch from a Mustang! Walking to it she exclaimed about the ugly shape of the car along with the ugly shade of green. We got ...
... off to Albuquerque but I passed by a sign for the Petrified Forest, which I'd always wanted to see. I don't remember why exactly, except that I read about it when I was a kid and it seemed exotic. So I took the exit but it turned out to be a sneaky way to get tourists into this ****** little run-down town, from which you could then drive down a road for another 18 miles to get to the park. I turned around and got out of there and headed back onto the Interstate. I'd been on the road ...
... would've thought driving could be SO exhausting!
Day three finished and another GREAT day! I've decided that I truly am blessed beyond measure. I don't know of too many families that could travel cross country and NOT kill each other. I'm sure we'll have a few of those moments in the days to come but bottom line...we really do love being with one another and THAT makes my heart happy. Goodnight.
... to work well. Read about Nob Hill, the area near the University of New Mexico, so rode out Route 66 in search of a decent restaurant in that area. Good luck with that. As noted in my review, Route 66 was VERY disappointing. Back to Old Town, had dinner at good place, High Noon. Good margaritas, my first green chile cheeseburger. Liked it! We are about ready to move on. Good friends in Texas, and Florida is beckoning!
... taking a drive to a couple of famous "Breaking Bad" landmarks. For those of you who don't watch this amazing show.....well....the pictures won't mean a thing......but for breaking bad fanatics like ourselves....it was super cool to visit the spots and walk in the footsteps of Walter White.
Another side trip consisted of driving about an hour to get to the trendy city of Santa Fe, New Mexico (the capital of the state). On a plateau at the base of the Sangre ...