Days Inn West Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... fans to initially fill the balloons with cold air, then when they can start firing up the ‘heat’ in order to stand them up and then when they can ascend. It takes about 15 minutes to get a balloon ready to ascend, but with all the waiting, it’s more like 45 minutes to an hour from start to take-off. It’s all quite choreographed although you wouldn’t be able to figure that out by just watching. It ...
Wrong time of year for the hot air balloon festival, darn! Another cold night & morning, but promising to be a beautiful day as we head south to the Salinas Pueblo Missions, lived there over 300 years ago by the Pueblo Indians and the Spanish Franciscan monks. Visited the Abo and Gran Quivira Missions.
Stopped off in ...
Old Town Albuquerque, New Mexico is a pleasant place to spend an afternoon walking around the historic town, viewing the old adobe buildings or just shopping (all the shops are located in the old structures, which makes it most enjoyable). The center of Old Albuquerque is situated around the Old Square which is bordered by the Catholic Parish of San Felipe de Neri. Most of the buildings, including the church, date back ...
... Dives. I want to say it was the first of those three terms, but it looks a little more like the third. That said, the food was great. Duck enchilada for Randy and a stuffed poblano pepper (called Chiles Rellenos) for me. Just the right amount of spice (enough to make me sweat a little) and tons of flavour. As leave the "diner" I think to myself, I hope black beans and New Mexican food doesn't mean we'll be heating the trailer with natural gas ...
... what is Navajo tribal land. We even forwent the part that could be reached in our RV because, at this stage of the trip, we couldn't face the prospect of all that fine red sand getting into everything. Instead, we stuck to the highway; but we did see some stunning sights. The sand is more orange than red - very much like Sosousvlei, Namibia, in fact - but the buttes! The weird weather-sculpted shape of them makes ...