Motel 6 Albuquerque North
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we were back to Kirkland in order to attend some tours. We were not allowed any pictures because Kirkland is an active USAF base, and they get rather annoyed if you do. We went to the ATC tower first and had a look at how they operate with military and commercial aircraft. It was a fairly quiet time so there wasn't much activity at the airport. Looking at what these guys do gives you a different perspective of aviation and how there would not be any flying ...
... off the plane in LA we noticed that the plane we were on was the Hobbit plane with the dragon smaug pictured along the side of the plane. I can now officially say I have flown in the belly of a dragon. LAX was quite an experience. We were lucky, in that we had preordered wheel chair assistance for my Nanna would finds it hard to stand for long periods of time. With this assistance we got ushered through customers in an express line where we weren't at all treated ...
... streets and around the square. We also
had a look at souvenir stores as well as the five and dime. I went
and had a look at the Loretto church – a church that has these
weird stairs. I had a look around the church , then went to the
meeting point. We had to wait for the bus, it was very late, but it
did arrive, we got on, then we had to go to the horse riding center
to pick up the horse riding people, before we had a 1hr drive to ...
... includes use of the shuttle bus, guided double decker bus tour and a ride on the skyride. One of the things I like most about this zoo are all the plantings they have around as well, which makes for a nice atmosphere.
We left the zoo about 4:30pm and then drove around for a while and then went to Old Town for dinner at Casa de Reyes. This restaurant is the old Casa de Pico location. They still have the nice patio with fountain. Now some of the seating is covered too. I had ...
... br> Albuquerque is home to a wonderful zoo and aquarium/botanical garden which we visited the next day. Our first stop before the zoo was breakfast. Every time we come to Albuquerque we have to stop and eat at The Flying Star....a great little restaurant with a patio and great big city food, the kind you simply can not get in Roanoke. After that we met up with a past colleague of my mom's and her kids, since it's always better to have a tour ...