Value Place Albuquerque Central
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... mountains. It hit us as we got to the turn off to Moriarty and it's pumpkin patch and play area. Andy saw lightening strike straight ahead in the direction we were heading & hoping it would have done its business by the time we reached it. Funny to actually see some Tumbleweed rolling across our path. It started to hammer it down with rain, and we'd only just dried off from our cooling dip. Albuquerque's strip was 18 miles long. Historic downtown - is where the liveliest ...
For the last two days, we have been in and around Albuquerque, New Mexico. We visited a jewelry store which had Native handmade bracelets, necklaces and earrings, all at reduced prices - which was very nice for us with limited monetary funds. I found a pair of opal earrings for $13.50 (which is the same as £8.04) and an opal necklace (also $13.50, which is £8.04) meant that I only ended up spending a total ...
... old friends and family. It's a really nice change from the constant travel.
We're actually here one day longer than we had planned. Molly spent most of the night sick, so we stayed an extra day, which was spent catching up on things that needed to be done. Lots of cleaning, some minor RV repairs (does causing a leak and then kind of fixing it count as a repair?), laundry, finally getting some of Dean's postcards mailed out, so ...
We were up and out of our camp by 8:30. The goal was to get out early so we could do a little more touring in the canyon. We drove to the eastern side of the South Rim and saw Grandview Point, Lipan Point and Desert View. Each of these viewpoints was wonderful especially in the morning sun lighting them up as you can see in the pictures below.
Desert View is particularly interesting as it includes a watchtower designed by Mary Colter. This is the ...
... has a 'Museum of Holocaust and Intolerance'? I didn't, so I decided to go there and see it on Friday. Half the small museum is dedicated to the Holocaust perpetrated by the nazis against the jews where 6 million perished in the gas chambers. But there were also displays about other genocides: the Armenian genocide perpetrated by the Turks in 1915 and ...