Route 66 Casino Hotel
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... we visited another place where we could take advantage of the perfect blue sky and sunny day. The Botanic Park was even better than the nature center, with nice trails and gardens and the best part--a pond that was busy with mallards, wood ducks, Canada geese, turtles, and dragonflies. The wood ducks were the highlight of my day! They are usually so timid, always staying close to the shore in the shade of the overhanging vegetation. These were used to people and noise and ...
... a while for a room I checked in. I walked around Old Town and while it was cool and all, and the weather here is great, it reminded me so much of Monterey's Cannery Row, in that it seemed to exist solely for the benefit of tourists; there was nothing really 'authentic' about it. I did have a great meal at the High Noon Saloon, and the hotel itself is very nice, but all in all I'm not so thrilled, so far, with my Albuquerque experience.
So we'll see what happens tomorrow.
... started this whole thing. My father's spontaneous decision to travel to Las Vegas. But it doesn't stop there, oh no, then there was the discovery that Disneyland was only four hours away from where we were staying in Vegas.
Ever since I was about five years old we have gone to Disney at least once a year. My father loves Disney. I mean, when we went to Mexico for my senior trip, and I joked about how ...
... again its a great testament to the people that they care so much and are so committed to try and save this part of American history for future generations. The sad thing is that our generation is quite possibly the last that will have any recollection and/ or appreciation of the significance of this route. Possible the Pixar movies will prolong it for a bit but whether the little towns along the way that ave now been bypassed can survive, only time will tell. Santa Rosa ...
... among the ruins gave us such a strong sense of desolation and isolation.
We didn't get to Albuquerque till after 8:00. Exhausted, we simply watched a couple episodes of Supernatural Season 4 on my laptop, and then crashed.
Next morning we were up early to continue our scenic trip home-ward. Again, we stayed on US 40, only cruising Route 66 to visit some more "ghost ...