Residence Inn Albuquerque North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for a bottle of water attached with Velcro to the lower part of the seat beside where your leg sits. That was a nice touch. The first flight left and arrived about thirty minutes late, but did not present a problem for us as I allowed for three-hour layovers in both Chicago and Denver.
Since we did not have to check luggage coming home, we were able to make a quick exit from ...
... which was actually a cafe. Got our car back a few hours later and cost $280.20 to get it fixed for worn out break pads which Allana and I spilt costs. We set for the long drive ahead of us to Oklahoma City. It was very dry and windy along the way, not much scenery change besides flat land. We drove till late and made it to Elk City Oklahoma which wasn't far from the Oklahoma City. No thanks to the stupid GPS taking us on a wild goose chase we found a Walmart and stayed the ...
... but since I don’t typically care for “normal” breakfast foods, this was fine with me; they were oatmeal rasin.
Around 8:30am we drove over to the San Diego Zoo. We have been to this zoo many times and always enjoy it. It is quite extensive and while possible to see everything in one day, it can be rushed if you attempt to do so. We saw most of the animals, but targeted our “must sees” in the morning to be sure we got to them. Your ...
... and photographers. The evening closed with a firework demonstration that occurred from two different directions of the launch field. We don't know the attendance but would guess it to be several hundred thousand people.
Back to the hotel for a 5 am airport shuttle and begin our way home. Thanks to Henry and Tita for also attending and making it even more fun. So long from New Mexico.
... line-height: 21px;">Well that pretty much sums up my last 3 weeks. Not as thorough as usual, but I was so busy training and such I never got to sit and write up my usual trip report. So this will have to do. But I definitely would recommend the Sandia Crest and White Sands to anyone visiting New Mexico. You can take the tram up to the crest for 20 bucks. We drove up but next time I would like to experience the 2 mile tram up the mountain to get a better scenic ...