Sleep Inn Airport Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Eventually even the delightful distractions of hundreds of colorful balloons could not conquer whatever is brewing in our stomachs and so we found the car and headed back to our home away from home. Without even trying, we have won our own little contest here at the Comfort Inn, for as my mom joked "we definitely have the most used toilet in the entire hotel!" Woo hoo, good for us.... what do we win?? ...visiting Santa Fe can wait 'til another ...
... day, it was around 100 (37 celcius) degrees, and so seeing the crater in the heat made it much more difficult to get to the top of the rim. We did not venture down into the crater, but there is the option of getting a mule ride down to the bottom. Meteor Crater is nearly one mile across, 2.4 miles in circumference and more than 550 feet deep.
Our final stop was to visit the Petrified Forest National Park. ...
... s family invited us over to their house and even made us some fantastic dinner! Iris and Dean got to hang out with kids, and Molly and I got to hang out with adults. And on Sunday we met up with my cousin Leah (who I didn't even know lived here until shortly before the trip started). More catching up and kids playing. I really enjoy being on the road and seeing new things and meeting new people, but there's something different about meeting ...
... first, I take the dog for a well deserved walk on a trail along the Rio Grande, which he gratefully splashes around in until night falls and it's too dark for me to see where I'm going (let alone see Oscar, who vanishes into the shadows at night).
Driving to Nob Hill later on for a take away pizza, I instantly recognise the Crossroads Motel as the "Crystal Palace" from Breaking Bad. ...
... that the Danish physicist Niels Bohr came to this country in January 1939 and informed the American physics community that nuclear fission of uranium had taken place in Berlin just recently. The overwhelming number of historians now concur that the two bombs compelled the Japanese government to surrender on August 14, thus saving hundreds of thousands (maybe millions) of lives because the planned invasion of Japan on November 1, 1945, was ...