Residence Inn Albuquerque North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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The Balloon festival hadn't perked our interest so we decided to have a look at the local shopping mall. It was pretty quiet and we had a nice stroll. We didn't buy anything (apart from a Pandora charm for me). But it was nice.
Our next stop was the Botanical Gardens and Aquarium. The aquarium was small but surprisingly good. We had lunch in the cafe, outside by a huge pond. It was HOT! (About 90f), ...
... discussed how trees are petrified. We also drove to several "look out" points and saw the Painted Desert. This beautiful site showed the result of the effect of ancient minerals. Again, we've taken many pictures but we wonder if they can even begin to do justice to the sites we've seen. We arrived at our hotel and headed for the pool! 95 degrees here-back into the heat!
Early start this morning, dark as we got through Albuquerque, very pretty with the city lights twinkling. Wind at our back today, made good time, long day but good travelling, stayed the night in Elk City OK. Nice KOA with an on site cafe, pizza for dinner! Hoped to watch the Cardinals, darn rain delay, caught up with Idol ...
... still struggling to finish renovation of the house. But the guestroom is completely finished, and if the rest of the house is done as well, she will possess a small pearl of a house.
To get here from Utah I did quite a bit of driving. I spent Saturday night in Flagstaff, AZ, and drove on the next day to Grants, NM, along I-40. My preference is to drive on the ...
... cherry pie, horno bread, and a enchilada which was crazy spicy. We felt sad we may never have a pueblo burger again. I guess that made it taste even better!
There was a few activities in Albuquerque that we couldn't decide between so we showed the kids the websites and had them choose what they wanted to do. Explora, a science center and children's museum easily won ...