Sleep Inn Airport Albuquerque
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... itself is very well preserved, with many historical buildings restored as museums. Five bucks gets you in to all of them. Sweet deal.
Pressing on, we got into Albuquerque by about dinner time and found the home of our new hosts, Asher and mrs asher. They showed us around their very lovely home. I was afraid to touch anything because everything was too nice for ...
... the pull-outs along the route. There are also some hiking trails which we didn’t do. The park was nice--lots of Saguaros with mountain vistas in the background.
Our final stop of the afternoon was the Pima Air and Space Museum for just an hour. The last admission is at 4pm and we just made it (we got lost on the way)! This was more of my father’s interest but I went in as well, while my mother waited for us. The museum consists of several hangers where the ...
... game. After the game they had a display of hot air balloons as the area is famous for holding a festival for hot air ballooning each year. Then it was back to the hotel for karaoke, definitely nit my thing but it was good to watch everyone else have a go and get into it. Jordan and Andy's turned into the party room again, so stayed drinking there having a good laugh with the boys and Sarah, Josh, Tegan and Carrin until about 130 before heading back to ...
... of the photo op!
Our next stop was meeting up with my sister, niece and grand niece at the Mills Mall in Denver. We had not planned on stopping so surprised them a bit when we asked if we could stop in for a visit. They were out shopping but suggested we meet them at the mall. This worked great. Tracy and Stephanie were super happy to ride the carousel with baby cousin for her first carousel ride. ...
Slowin' down to take a look at me .....