Americas Best Value Inn / East Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We arrived in Albuquerque a couple days early to get our generator fixed and that worked out well. Then we met some old friends, Kathie and Bob, and moved our RV up to a RV lot inside the Balloon Fiesta Park adjacent to where the balloon takeoff/landing field is located. There were several RV lots and, literally, hundreds of RV parked. Amazing to see all of them lined up like that.
We spent the next day going out at 6 AM. First there was what ...
... in 1939 by New Mexican native Conrad Hilton. Despite a few distractions (blah, blah, blah) the venue was ideal to revisit the week's golf adventures and continue planning for the next trip.
Wednesday was our day of departure as ************* to Silver City and John Marc and Tom headed for the airport to catch their respective flights home. Thanks to everyone…what a great week!
... We watched the 35-minute IMAX movie about the Grand Canyon which helped with perspective on this magnificent wonder of the world. We drove up to an 8,000 foot elevation in the snow-covered Coconino Forest before descending into Flagstaff, where we grabbed a quick bite before continuing to Albuquerque. It rained most of the way into ABQ so we missed our planned stops at Winslow, and Meteor ...
... holiday if i pushed u in?"..... I didn't reply!! Hehehe
I went into the Butterfly enclosure whilst Mark continued to look at the train set. The butterflies were absolutely beautiful.
It really was a lovely way to spend the day.
We decided to go back to the motel to have a relax and recharge the batteries. We had a REALLY good nap and were ready to head out again!!
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... Indians). We were able to visit the ruins of two of them, and learned that the people who lived there could determine what time of year it was, and then used this information to signal to other Natives in the area when the planting season was about to start. We also found out the the people who lived there would have been very short - the men would have been 5"3 at the tallest, and the women would have been only ...