Sleep Inn Airport Albuquerque
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... were huge gleaming hotels/casinos covered in blazing, flashing neon lights from all corners. Makeshift lakes and extravagant fountains littered the casino gardens and street traders stood at the gates enticing tourists to enter and lose their money. The Eiffel Tower stood ablaze in flashing golden lights amidst a large golden hotel. The Bellagio fountains were in full swing as we arrived and the hotel itself was near an immaculate shopping centre with marble floors ...
... school and finally the Manhattan Project included the reactions of the scientists after the bomb was dropped (shock and sadness). There is also an excellent Science Museum there but we decided to push on to Albuquerque.
We had two reasons for going to Albuquerque - the Hot Air Balloon Fiesta and Breaking Bad.
The next morning we were up at sparrow's **** (4.45am) to get out to Balloon Park for the morning glow, dawn patrol and mass ascension. The ...
... NM for their annual balloon festival. We were meeting my sister Marissa and her husband Hal (they have been full timing for 7 years) and my mom and brother Russell were joining us also.
We would get up before sunrise to watch the Dawn Patrol balloons rise (4-6 balloons), what a sight to see these colorful balls of fire in the dark sky. Then, at daybreak all the other balloons would start rising, you have to understand there is not just a handful but hundreds of balloons ...
... to the flying squadron I asked a few questions on what flying opportunities that the CAP had. They explained that each cadet gets five free flights and then they have to pay. They also don't seem to have any scholarships like we do. So overall, I feel that the RAF Air Cadets are very lucky when flying is concerned.
After a bit of a wait in order to check on the weather. ...
... we saw the story of the various pueblo people, from their creation stories, advancing through the "dark ages" and Spanish occupation. The story continues into the modern era with many examples of the craft work produced at the pueblos. This gives us a great chance to see the difference between similar goods produced in different communities in a relatively localised area.
After that ...