Motel 6 Albuquerque North
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... the rest area, and just laughing in general. That kid cracks me up! If you haven't had a chance, you should get him going because his comedic timing is right on!
After three LOOONNGG hours of driving after our stop for lunch until we got to the hotel, we were BEAT! We got to the hotel only to decide that we were staying in! We ordered pizza, swam in the pool, took showers, and plopped into ...
... this proved impossible with the great distances in this part of the country. Shortly after Holbrook on I-40 I turned off and went to Petrified Forest National Park. A very intersting place to visit. 225 million years ago fallen trees were covered with silt and mud. Oxygen could not penetrate the layers, so the usual process of rotting was stopped. Silica from below ...
... the ride. We loved the area. SF has retained its culture - avoiding high rise buildings or over powering glass sky scrapers! The gov has done a great job in their planning and the properties were all Mexican style flat roofs and clay type build. You could say, the design is like Bedrock from the Flintstones-in a nice way. It's very hot - 89 at 10.30hrs! 12.30 hrs We crashed out in our lovely Andaluz Hotel - bliss. Us bikers need a rest ...
... tea would look like if you were visiting friends. Very cool!! They brought the three-tiered tray of food and tea (even a small fruit tea pot just for Kaitlyn) and we got started, pinkies up of course. You have to be proper. All of their food is delicious, but the scones, heavens...they are to die for, and so much food, it takes the full two hours they give you to eat it all. We even caught Aunt Linda taking a New Mexico/England style siesta half ...
... a city. Besides, we had to get all ready to fly home tomorrow. We went out in the evening, however, as we had reservations at a restaurant called "High Finance", which is a restaurant you have to take a tram to the top of the mountain to get to. This tram is one of the longest in the world (3rd longest), and it gains 4,000 feet in elevation in 15 minutes, bringing you to the top at just over 10,000 feet. My what a ride that was! We ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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