Motel 6 Albuquerque - Midtown
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... I had a quiet night again so just had dinner then went back to the room to relax which was so, so enjoyable. I got to video call Mum, Bec, Dad, Auntie Karen and Kylie. I was happy to have an early night because it was going to be a 5am wake up for hot air ...
... I had never heard before.
'Is that the Joshua Tree over there next to that woman' The annoying lady asked (despite having already being told it was)
Now although my t shirts don't often bulge with muscle, I must confess that I have never found myself mistaken for a woman in my entire lifetime; even on the occasions at university when I dressed up as one. I am not a genius by any stretch of the imagination, but I believe the reason for this is because I have ...
... This part of Albuquerque was founded in 1706.
For a little bit of trivia I can tell you that five flags have flown over Old Town. The Spanish Flag from 1598 to 1821, the Mexican Flag from 1821 to 1846, The Confederate States in 1862, the USA Flag from 1846 until present and of course the State Flag of New Mexico from 1912 til present.
Enchanted Trails RV Park is full of memorabilia from the 50’, there ...
... lunch spot, they mostly have salads on the Menu with a few sandwiches and soups. We heard that most of their ingredients come from a garden that is close by. Ross and I were very excited to be in New Mexico as neither one of us had been. As we parked our car next to a bunch of stacked rocks, I knew I was going to like this place! We got seated in a cute little table near the corner, ordered a bottle of rose and asked for some bread. ...
... then on old route 66 for 25 miles, then back on the interstate for 10 miles.....etc. I also realized that a lot of route 66 had NOTHING on it....it's just open road. The buildings, especially the ones left, have some distance between them.
Some areas have buildings that I'd like to photograph, but no place to pull off. Not much we can do about that...so we keep going. We get closer to Albuquerque and our studies tell us that taking ...