Motel 6 Albuquerque - Midtown
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... where to go and then put the key in the ignition. Nothing. It would not turn. We looked for some other way to start the car but found none. Well how to get started then? We puzzled over this for a little while then decided to go back inside, get a different car or get someone to show us how to start it.
A woman working there stopped us before we could get inside, walking back over to the car with us. When we got close she pushed the ...
... whole trip had been full of beauty; northern Arizona and New Mexico are amazing. Gallup, however, not so much. It was a ****** little run-down town and I couldn't see myself staying there.
So back on the highway I went! And two minutes out of the mess that was Gallup I was back in the amazing, serene, beautiful landscape of New Mexico. It was great. But I was tired, and Albuquerque wasn't getting much closer, and the Super moon was coming. Finally I pulled over in Grants, ...
... the RV Beth quickly found a more suitable location. GOOD FIND, the American RV Park on 40 is great. Close to everything and easy access to I-40.
About 8:30 we headed to Old Town. What a CUTE place that is! Lots of fun looking shops and restaurants. But we were too late to partake ;( So we drove on and found a cool 50s diner.
Tomorrow we are off to Holbrook, AZ and the painted desert/petrified forrest... RV girls OUT!
... first, I take the dog for a well deserved walk on a trail along the Rio Grande, which he gratefully splashes around in until night falls and it's too dark for me to see where I'm going (let alone see Oscar, who vanishes into the shadows at night).
Driving to Nob Hill later on for a take away pizza, I instantly recognise the Crossroads Motel as the "Crystal Palace" from Breaking Bad. ...
Our day was mostly filled with driving. Lots and lots of driving. We left Kearny, Nebraska with a final destination of Albuquerque via Denver. That's over 800 miles of driving! So, we ate our quick breakfast at the hotel and got on our way. We saw more corn fields and a few wheat fields but not much else along the way. There's places in Nebraska I would enjoy visiting but our trip was coming to an end so we ...