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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... had returned. Simple things such as supermarkets and car parks were ablaze with lights and I was drawn to them like a moth. Our hotel was in the downtown region of Las Vegas, which is a bus ride away from the main area of casinos and novelty. I was pleased that we had chosen to stay in this part of town for it felt perhaps more exciting and casual. Furthermore the Mob Museum was across the road from our luxury hotel and given my obsession of Boardwalk Empire and The Godfather, ...
... 350 million, but
still plenty of land. The scenery is
of course outstanding.
The route we
took was called "Rim Country" which follows the rim of the Grand Canyon, while
not actually seeing the actual Canyon, the road was up and down some fairly
steep grades. Pleased to say our little
Motorhome handled it with ease.
approached Holbrook we noticed a sign on a ...
... memorializes the Spanish over the Native Americans. This attempt at colonization did nothing more than stunt people who did well enough alone without the colonists.
Back to the hotel for an early dinner and off once again to the Balloon Park for the Glowdeo and fireworks. Glowdeo is a static display of the balloons at night where they pulse propane into the balloons to the delight ...
... we did follow it into Winslow where we made a few friends, stood on "the corner," snapped a few pics, and honored those lost on 9/11.
Another stop off Route 66 was Two Guns, AZ. Once a booming tourist trap complete with a gas station, lodging, a food emporium, and a zoo, Two Guns is now just another Interstate 40 casualty.
Two Guns is also known for its "Apache Death ...
Today we were fortunate enough to meet up again with Trish Thomas, the Director of Diversity and Outreach at Family Voices. This organisation works with families and community to support children and youth with special needs. Trish is from the Pueblo Laguna and was able to provide me with excellent strategies when engaging with Indigenous communities. She outlined there work with cultural brokers in community and provided links to the National Center for ...