Motel 6 Albuquerque North
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the Balloon Fiesta website it is a place "with no losing teams and no viewing stands. Guests walk the field and are part of the action." This is certainly true as the area--roughly 54 football fields!--was filled with row after row of balloons laid across the grass and people preparing for takeoff along with thousands of visitors from all around the world anxious for the show. It is afterall, the most photographed event on earth and the ...
For the last two days, we have been in and around Albuquerque, New Mexico. We visited a jewelry store which had Native handmade bracelets, necklaces and earrings, all at reduced prices - which was very nice for us with limited monetary funds. I found a pair of opal earrings for $13.50 (which is the same as £8.04) and an opal necklace (also $13.50, which is £8.04) meant that I only ended up spending a total ...
... old friends and family. It's a really nice change from the constant travel.
We're actually here one day longer than we had planned. Molly spent most of the night sick, so we stayed an extra day, which was spent catching up on things that needed to be done. Lots of cleaning, some minor RV repairs (does causing a leak and then kind of fixing it count as a repair?), laundry, finally getting some of Dean's postcards mailed out, so ...
... place and we found a French cafe serving crepes and even Orangina! The shops were very expensive and full of cowboy boots and dreamcatchers, just so authentic. We also visited quite a few little galleries and a contemporary American Indian art museum. Tomorrow we leave for ...
... who took the time to personally escort us to the RV shelves and hard-to-find repair items we needed. We learned he was a retired RV salesperson and he and John shared 'road stories’ that brought all of us a smile or two.
At 6PM we met my former massage therapist at the gazebo in Old Town. This is by far my favorite place in Albuquerque. All my memories here are crystal clear. This is the original settlement of 1706 (see: ...