Value Place Albuquerque Central
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... in Santa Fe, Bang Bite Filling Station known for their hamburgers. When we arrived we discovered that it was a food truck setup in a parking lot. We also noticed the parking lot was full and many locals were there (2 great signs). We all ordered our sandwiches and waited while they were prepared. These were excellent and everyone was filled when finished.
... on what is essentially a children's toy, firing imaginary bullets at a target, was perhaps the most humorous. After they had finished shooting they even decided to bully folk into taking their photo as they stood beside it.
The sight of this couple had caused fear in my soul and I found myself whizzing through the rest of the second floor to escape them. It basically spoke of the police involvement in fighting organised crime, including 'The untouchables' which bought ...
... got them off the ground and standing, the wind pushed them around until they had to give up and let them fall back to the cold ground.
This continued for a while, with random balloons getting inflated, causing the anxious crowd to cheer loudly, only to fall down minutes later. No balloons would fly today. Try as we might, we cannot control the whims of Mother Nature.
And so the farewell mass ascension did not happen.
We spent the day in Santa ...
... I pulled in at a Travelodge near a Denny's and figured that would be good enough.
The people at the hotel were very nice but it was a somewhat seedy area. As I was unpacking my car a very drunk man approached me asking for money, and a shirtless guy was wandering the parking lot yelling at someone on his cell phone. I tried to find a spot to see the Supermoon but it was too cloudy anyway. I went to Denny's to eat something (it was almost 10 PM at this point and I hadn't eaten ...
... 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 ...