Days Inn Bernalillo
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- Drove 19 miles to Coronado Historic Site
- Admission was $3
- Francisco Vasquez de Coronado with 500 soldiers entered the Rio Grande valley somewhere by this site
- Was looking for gold but found many villages ...
... a craving for a cold milkshake, so we headed down Route 66 to the a Route 66 diner. After getting lost because we were looking on the wrong side of the road! we found the place and walked in to a retro 60's diner with booths and stools at the counter - even the waitresses were dressed in their 60's style uniforms and bobby socks. I ordered a turtle milkshake (vanilla with caramel fudge and peanuts), and in a moment of weakness decided on a slice of ...
In ballooning, the box is a phenomenon when wind currents flow in different directions at different altitudes. Since balloon pilots have no steering they depend on the direction of the wind, If the wind blows the same direction at all altitudes, the balloon can only go one way. If the wind is blowing in different directions, the balloons can fly 'the box' by going to a different altitude to loop back to where they took off. It’s ...
... termination of the Camino Real. This is the trade route from Mexico City to Santa Fe. It has not changed much since I first came here 22 years ago. There are numerous quaint neighborhoods were the roads take on a labyrinthine quality and only the locals do not get ...
... Cochiti is on the west side of the lake and Tetilla Peak on the east side. Cochiti seems to be more developed and has the boat ramp and a pueblo and beautiful golf course just a mile or two passed the campground. You can see this dam as you are driving up route 22 to the campground and it looks like just a wall of dirt. It is one of the ten largest earth fill dams in the US and World. The lake and dam are surrounded by a ...