Days Inn - Albuquerque Northeast
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We arrived in Albuquerque late afternoon and after checking in Leah and I went for a walk to old town Albuquerque looking for cowgirl outfits for Dallas. This whole area reminded me a bit of Spain it was a lot of yellow Mexican/Spanish buildings it was really cool almost didn't feel like we were even in America. We got our cowgirl hats then walked …
... near Annapolis for the Summer
(5) Summer 2014 - Spent a short "Van Season" mostly in Northern New Mexico, Southwestern CO (Durango, Pagosa Springs, Telluride, Uray) and Sothern CA to visit Family and Friends.
Now we are back in Albuquerque, getting ready to return to Maryland to pick up Wabi Sabi and sail back to the Bahamas for the winter.
We are already planning our Van Season for next year... Nomads to the core!
... side of town but our timing was off and we didn't make it until 5 minutes to closing. I did get into the gift shop though and got a cool T-shirt and a coffee mug (I'll have plenty of these on our trip).
Our next stop was for desert at the Village Inn restaurant, self-proclaimed "Best Pie in America". Just as we parked to enter the restaurant a downpour started and drenched us as we began running in. Those better be some ...
Today we went into the Peublo Indian cultural centre, a huge museum and based on the site of the old "American Indian School". The first level was a brief history of the "Indian" school system. Despite the unfortunate beginnings of the schools, the museum itself is not about that. It shows a slice of life for the students at the school. Many photos are on display of students at work and at play.
... or are in the process of redevelopment. Next we drove to Old Town, easily parked on the street and spent about 2 hrs looking in the shops. I enjoyed Old Town, as the buildings were interesting and many of the shops had courtyards behind.
After shopping, we then we drove to the Route 66 diner for lunch. We almost got this place confused with the Route 66 Malt Shop, but realized we wanted the historic restaurant not the more modern one, even though both looked ...