Residence Inn Albuquerque North
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... a nuclear blast, and replicas of nuclear weapons. I was impressed to find the last existing concrete footing of the original Trinity tower.
I went outside into the yard area, which had some aircraft on display. Among them was a B52, and a F105 Thunderchief. Especially interesting was one of the nuclear warhead firing cannons from ...
... reservation at La Plazuela. The restaurant was very busy and we had to wait maybe 10 min for them to take us in. It was Sunday night and it seems like many places in Santa Fe are closed on Sunday, so maybe that accounts for how busy they were. We all got margaritas and enjoyed the rolls. My father got a corn and chile chowder and got chile rellenos with red chile for the main course, while my mother and I got cheese enchiladas with me getting the Christmas chile and she getting ...
... The Sandia Peak Tramway starts in the desert realm of Cholla cactus and soars to the pines atop 10,678 Sandia Peak. It is the biggest Tramway in the world and takes fifteen minutes to get to the top. On Friday 11th we went to the evening event called Special Shape Glowdeo. This is when all the unusual shaped balloons fill up with hot air on the field and turn the burners on in the dark, but do not take off. I was shocked to see that the public can ...
... think the delay will be worth it. We were mulling over how to fill the time when about an hour outside of Albuquerque friends of ours on their honeymoon sent us a note asking when we would be in town. So our first stop in Albuquerque was the Marble Brewery, followed by the Frontier Restaurant, both local attractions with their own, unique, local color. They are both earmarked for the group to eat, visit and explore when we come back in October.
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It's the unexpected things that happen when one's travelling that I really love....
Our next stop was of course, The Petrified Forest National Park, where there were several drives and different sites. We drove through the Painted Desert, so called because of the layers of silt, dirt and shale of different types and colour which changes with weather and light; down Blue Mesa Scenic Road - and YES the mounds are blue! One of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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