Motel 6 Albuquerque - Carlisle
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... cars and caravans here reminding us of how travel was taken so many years ago. Nothing like some of the modern RV’s that you see on the road these days.
I think how relaxing it must have been, not so much a rush, no mobile phones, no emails or facebook, not even any travel blogs like this one. I think they had it over us modern travellers.
Today is a big day in New Mexico and we have a busy timetable lined up. We all met at the bottom of the Sandias as we were going up the tram to the top. The views from the tram to start with were fantastic and Maj Voights explained that once an aircraft flew into the mountain. After a while however, cloud restricted our view and stayed that way when we reached the top. We then decided to go to the cafe and wait for the cloud to clear. When we were walking to the cafe, we noticed ...
... the festival! But first, we had to go to the car park A-1 that was also in Breaking Bad (sorry for all you non Breaking Bad fans...shame on you!). It looked exactly the same, even down to the inside of the shop. We bought some merchandise and were so excited to be there! The shop assistant said 'have an A-1 day!'. Amaaaaaazing! After, we put in Salida into the satnav and said goodbye to Albuquerque, feeling like we could just go home now, considering we have seen Walters hang ...
... from the hotel--including over to Harbor Island and connect up with the waterfront path there as well.
We drove to Old Town for dinner at Casa Guadalajara. We chose to sit on the patio and got a nice table next to the fountain. We had never dined at this restaurant before, but have been to other restaurants run by the same restaurant group, so we knew what to expect as far as food/atmosphere. They sell margaritas in several sizes--I got the large as that is part of the fun ...
... much fun) and spent time catching up with my grandparents and Aunt Linda (much more fun). In the afternoon, all the girls took a trip to one of the only authentic English tea houses in the United States. How it ended up in New Mexico I can only imagine but it is an experience like no other. Each month they have a theme, and this month was "Storybook". Everyone there was dressed up as a character from a storybook, we saw Belle, Thing 1 and 2, The ...