Inn At Paradise
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... was the daughter of one of the brave men.. Whilst we were listening to the presentation we had a massive pizza, the biggest I have ever seen. Once we had finished the pizza, cadets from the squadron started turning up and we got to take part in the squadron activities. We also took pictures with the squadron and gave out awards to the squadron commander.
After a long day, we went back to our host families and got some well needed rest.
... delayed about half an hour. The flight to Albuquerque had no turbulence at all. Although I found the United Airlines hostess to be very informal as they lounged along a row of seats at the back of the plane reading a book over half the flight. But they really had no where else to go and hang out. If the plane had been full I would've felt for them standing around for over and hour. At Albuquerque Airpot we were shortly after walking out by my aunt we didn't have to ...
... there was no time to do it and
not enough machines, so i gave up on that idea and went to the pool
area and hung out and talked with people for a bit. Tonight for me
was a no alcohol day as it was going to be an early night as it was
going be be an early morning for hot air ballooning. So i only hung
out for a bit before heading to the room, where i packed my bags,
used the wifi some more, uploaded some pictures, relaxed then went to
... was good at Coyote Cafe, we all felt that it lacked the atmosphere/charm we seek when in Old Town.
Sunday we were due to fly out. My father was taking an earlier flight to visit his sister farther north in CA, while my mother and I flew back to Boston. It was another foggy day, so we hoped the flights would be on time. Well, United canceled my father’s flight, but not due to weather. They re-accommodated him on a flight almost 12 hrs later. That ...
... taking a drive to a couple of famous "Breaking Bad" landmarks. For those of you who don't watch this amazing show.....well....the pictures won't mean a thing......but for breaking bad fanatics like ourselves....it was super cool to visit the spots and walk in the footsteps of Walter White.
Another side trip consisted of driving about an hour to get to the trendy city of Santa Fe, New Mexico (the capital of the state). On a plateau at the base of the Sangre ...