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... manager and yet she was asking me, a man with a clear North Eastern England accent, if I was related to a man with a clear American accent. Furthermore she asked this question whilst he argued with me about queue placings. I find it hard to put it into words just how horrific The Greyhound is, but surely this insane question from a women in the highest position of authority goes some way to showing just what we were dealing with. To be honest the question was so ridiculous that ...
... a three-hour layover in Houston, we should be back in Albuquerque by 7:30 or so local time. At the beginning of this flight, the captain said that it would be eleven hours and twenty-five minutes in the air. The plane is a 767 so I guess it is slower than other international flights we’ve taken. Economy plus is not full again. This plane has a 2-3-2 arrangement of seats. I booked an aisle and a window ...
... done to perfections. The butterfly house, the pond with the ducks and other birds, the cactus conservatory, the Japanese garden, the old farm that used to be on the property, and lovely paths and displays. It took us a couple of hours to walk through, and it was so beautiful we didn't want to leave. Next door was the aquarium, which was also very nicely done. No crowds, nice time!
We drove down to "Old ...
... Sam beat me awake, telling me I was snoring, which I was definitely NOT doing.
After decamping from the train, we hopped on one of the many free local shuttle buses. Our first stop was the St. Miguel Mission. This is the oldest continuously used church in America, dating from the mid 1600s. From the outside, the church is not especially impressive, in fact it looks a lot like many other churches in the southwest. It is the inside of the church that makes ...
... features: a. Rio Grande flows through the heart of the city. b. A string of five dormant volcanoes along the city's western edge. c. The massive Sandia Mountains that form the ct.'s eastern boarder.
5. There are 300 species of resident and migratory birds in the bisque along the Rio Grande.
6. The sun shines here 310 days a year.
7. There are 22 Native American Tribes here including 19 pueblos and 3 ...