Value Place Albuquerque Central
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... a great time. From the time you stept in the front doors there were things to play with. Straight away the kids were having a great time playing and learning with all the interactive displays. In the first hall you could make waterways, fly a plane, balance balls on jets of air and ride a bike across a high wire ! There was so much to do, every corner you turned there were bubbles to play with, magnets to enjoy, puzzles and brain teasers, musical instruments, ...
... docent who will take you through the exhibits and tell you many ‘stories’ of different events that happened to the Unsers and the various cars and machines on display.
There are four generations of Race Cars including Indy, Dirt, Pikes Peak, Winning Pace cars as well as beautifully restored antique cars. You will learn not only from the docent's comments, but from the numerous interactive kiosks and videos.
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... some digital and has the same camera as Laurie.....so they adapt as well.
We ride up and down Central Avenue (Route 66 through Albuquerque) and take photos of some of the signs in the daylight. We check out old places and just take it all in. There were some cool ones! Then we noticed the sky to our west.
Heavy weather is building...and as Heather says.........the weather out here is dramatic. Large clouds are looming and we can't ...
... place, lots of government documents and material about the Roswell Incident. Models of things. All completely cheesy, still a good little morning out looking at all the stuff and taking pictures.
Was having a look in the souvenir shop and there was this oldish American couple, they were having a domestic because she tipped up at the counter with about 12 Roswell tshirts and her husband was kicking off asking her was she buying tshirts for everyone in the museum, think it ...
... the company's history. The display did a good job of presenting the history of the computing, in general, and Microsoft and the personal computer revolution, in particular. It was funded by Paul Allen, one of the founders of Microsoft.
I used up all of my time in the museum and never got around to trying, again, to see the dinosaur tracks from Prehistoric Trackways National Monument.