Inn At Paradise
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... its descent. I will not lie and pretend that the day's events had not tired us, but we refused naps and immediately got ready for the nights festivities. Given the nature of a Vegas strip I wondered whether I would need to swap my three quarter length shorts and t shirt for smarter attire. Fortunately I had planned for such an event and I had an incredibly creased black shirt which had being at the very bottom of my bag along with a choice between hole ridden sand shoes ...
... t really seem affected by our presence. What great shots we both got of this most beautiful duck! They look like someone painted them with all of their beautiful colors, especially when they reflect perfectly in the still water. Wow, what great photo opps!
In the evening we rode North American's longest tram/gondola to the top of Sandia Mountain. At the peak there is a restaurant, a small visitor center, platforms for viewing the city of Albuquerque and ...
... 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 ...
... the Blue Hole is a spring fed sink hole famous with SCUBA divers. I remember hearing about it when I used to dive. It was in Santa Rosa and a little challenging getting the RV there but parking was good and it was a good place to let the dogs out for a minute. The Blue Hole is only 80 feet across at the surface but bells out to over 130 below. The visibility looks great, and the water temperature is always 64. It was so hot were tempted ...
... are kept and many more planes outdoors. You can walk around and view tons of old planes.
We made our way to downtown Tucson and the historic area where we drove around for a little before going to dinner at El Charro. Their salsa was garlicky but good. My prickly pear margarita could have used more flavor. I had enchiladas el rancho (carnitas in a green chile crema with cheese) served with rice and charros. My mother had the carne seca burro which had a sort of strange ...