Residence Inn Albuquerque North
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... cars and caravans here reminding us of how travel was taken so many years ago. Nothing like some of the modern RV’s that you see on the road these days.
I think how relaxing it must have been, not so much a rush, no mobile phones, no emails or facebook, not even any travel blogs like this one. I think they had it over us modern travellers.
Today is a big day in New Mexico and we have a busy timetable lined up. We all met at the bottom of the Sandias as we were going up the tram to the top. The views from the tram to start with were fantastic and Maj Voights explained that once an aircraft flew into the mountain. After a while however, cloud restricted our view and stayed that way when we reached the top. We then decided to go to the cafe and wait for the cloud to clear. When we were walking to the cafe, we noticed ...
... in pushing ahead of us in the cue for the chairs. Note to self: people are not as courteous everywhere as they are in NZ, one must be assertive in LAX. We waited there for almost an hour before I stood up as the next chair approached and claimed in for my grandmother. We had to check through another set of security then which wasn't again as lengthy or intense as the rumours suggest. Once in the terminal we had a 5 hour wait which extended as our plane to ...
... again went for a walk. We waited until about 9am to start out, as it was pretty foggy. We drove to La Jolla via a shore route through Pacific Beach. Next we stopped at Children’s Beach to see the seals but it was a foggy day so views were not that nice. There were quite a few seals on the beach though, so that was nice. Then we went to the Birch Aquarium where we always enjoy the kelp exhibit. Then we drove to La Jolla and tried to go to Smash Burger but couldn’t ...
... looked very quaint but very narrow and not easy to find parking for the motorhome. Considering we left Santa Fe at almost 7000 feet I could hardly believe we would climb again but we did... unfortunately no elevation listed atop Highway 14 but we figure at least 8000 before coming back down. The guidebook states Albuquerque aka The Duke City or Burque or ABQ is an elevation of 4957 feet. Too big of a city ...