Sheraton Albuquerque Airport Hotel
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... to keep moving as the temperature was in the low 50's and with the wind, felt even colder.
Finally we noticed the yellow flag across the field was gone and then in its place, a green flag was raised. The crowd went wild, cheering and yelling in anticipation and relief. Several balloons were unrolled in the field and within minutes, were being inflated. But it was obvious fairly quickly that the lightweight balloons were no match for the wind. Just as soon as ...
... from the region. With our new purchase safely stored, we wandered up to Canyon Road, the epicentre for artists in the City with over 100 galleries dotted around the area. We meandered down the road admiring various sculptures along the way and also dipped into an outdoor gallery that specialises in metalwork 'fascinators’ for the garden, such as wind chimes and wind spinners. These are very popular in Santa Fe, as due to ...
We are here in Albuquerque waiting for our flight to London. It leaves on the 4th of April. For the time being we will sleep and eat at Mateo's Friends House for free. We started with 1800 USD and our flight will cost $1286.48 USD. We earned $1800 for staying there for 18 days. We ate PBJs for the entire time. The total cost of the food is $15.41. We also earned $1458 challenge cash.
October 15 - Tuesday to Oct 18 - Friday. Had a great few days at Faith's House..... slept in the Van, but it is wonderful to go in the house for morning wash-up and bathroom, breakfast, coffee, and to stay in the house for evening meal and hang out time!
Faith took Noa for a walk and they dropped me at ...
... Barrel in Gallup but but other than that it was pretty uneventful drive home - except for the fantastic double rainbow we saw just past Gallup. It was so brilliant we had to take an exit where we could stop and get out to take some pictures. It was just gorgeous! That was a nice way to end our weekend! Now back home where it's 95. I never thought 95 would be considered "cooler temps" but after visiting Phoenix in late June, most anything is cooler temps!