Inn At Paradise
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Thursday we drove from Gallup to Albuquerque, New Mexico along I-40E. Once again the terrain changed to cliffs of black rock which was actually volcanic rock. We passed along Historic Route 66 as we drove into to town. We spent the day in Old Albuquerque walking into more shops and galleries. Of course, we found a few items to purchase.
Friday morning as we were eating breakfast, Jim noticed a hot air balloon through ...
From the Airport we bought our passes, loaded our luggage, and got on the plane at 8:30.
We had to change flights in Dallas
We landed in DC at 4:20 EST
The plane tickets costed $448 for the both of us
From the DC airport we called an Uber. The Uber costed $27
For transportation we will ride bikes from embassy to embassy.
... out the car!) and waited for the sherif to come over. Deputy Sherif Wietzall said he wanted to check I wasn't drunk because I kept veering over the line onto the hard shoulder and this is where "bicyclists" use the road. He then asked for my licence and insurance (thankfully I remembered the insurance paper from Alamo was in the glove box) and i asked Mark to fish out my licence from my bag that was on the back seat. As he started rooting around the sherif ...
Today was our last short-ish drive, about five and a half hours to Albuquerque. On the way, we drove a few miles off I 40 to see the big meteor crater, but it would have cost $32, and that's just to look at it. No thanks, I can just look at it online later.
I’ve driven through Albuquerque many times, and I always think it’s the coolest city. It sits in the shadow of the tiny Sandia mountain range…really just a few peaks. ...
... mid-1850's. Adjacent to the Square is the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History. There is a very interesting display of modern sculptures located on the museum grounds. We've included a few photos from the church, Old Town structures, as well as the sculptures.
Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, Albuquerque, New Mexico is a National Monument administered by the Bureau of Land Management. The ...