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... the way - discarding odd things bought as presents, on a whim, which now seem so silly.
The trolley tour was fine - it would have been a better idea on my part to do this on my first day in Albuquerque, since it does give a great overview of all the places you might want to see at your leisure later on - the trolley simply drives by these places. But it was a fun thing to do.
Also, since the trolley departure point is near Old Town, I got ...
... Rattle snake hides. Indian relics. Beaded jewelry. Lots of it everywhere. I think I saw a sign saying the store had been there for over 75 years.
Off to ABQ, our last stop until the rest of the group arrives by air tomorrow. It was a pretty easy ride on I-40. By now we were layered up to the point that the cold was not a real factor and the constant drizzle had stopped. Clear sky's ahead for us now. We turned north on ...
... The area can also be closed for short periods due to missile testing by the US Army in the adjacent area which also houses the Trinity Site where the world's first atomic bomb was detonated on 16th July 1945. You can now visit this site, once a year in April, which is deep within the White Sands Missile Range.
From seeing white sand, we went to see the black lava flows in the Valley of Fires Recreation area on the northern edge of ...
... at me and I just tried not to look until I felt ready and wished the time up. The tram boasted a perfect safety record, however in my mind, I just thought "there's always a first time!!".
FINALLY we were at the top!! We were then told that it'd be at least an hour before we were able to come back down... AN HOUR???? apparently, earlier on in the day it had been a 4 hour wait..... thank **** we hadn't gone earlier!!!
As we departed the tram at ...
... down through the hills. The scenery is spectacular. We drove through downtown Albuquerque and onto our hotel in the southern suburbs. By the time we arrived it was 98F. A quick dip in the pool for me, five minutes on a lounger then back to the cool room for a nap. Pauline managed to last an hour and a half at the pool.
Going to try and find a Breaking Bad (Los Polomos Hermanos, Gus Frings diner) location ...