Americas Best Value Inn / East Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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When we left White Sands, we had hit the 30-day mark of this journey. Consequently, we needed to check in with our rental agency in order to continue/renew the contract for our home-on-wheels (minivan), which was now inundated with crumbs, drool, various gadgets/cords/plugs, pencils, crayons, tissues, candy wrappers, and.... surprise.... white sand. In a fit of genius, April decided to take it to a car wash just before we left Alamogordo (fat tree), ...
From our overnight park at the Walmart in Albuquerque, with the fantastic view, but the poor access to free wifi.... we packed up after a fun breakfast of Yoghurt and M&M's (yep, they sell everything over here, and that is one of the breakfast items) and travelled out to the two museums we were keen to see. The first one we went to was the New Mexico Museum of History and Science. This very cool museum had in its foyer models of young dinosaurs (baby and juveniles of ...
... shops and visiting with the shopkeepers. Everyone was friendly and eager to tell us about their jewelry, artwork, pottery, etc. Although I saw some beautiful jewelry of White Buffalo turquoise and Boulder/Ribbon turquoise, I resisted buying because I have a lot of turquoise at home. HOWEVER, I won’t guarantee that I’ll make it out of Santa Fe empty-handed!!! This is beautifully unique jewelry!
... don't know why because non of kicked the **** out of it.
Me and the lads headed for a local sports bar that wasn't far from the motel, when we got in it was a proper locals pub. There was one of those punching machines in the corner and loads of fellas were smacking it trying to break the record of 792. They kept pumping money in and smashing the punch bag. We played pool and I played the best I've ever played, at one stage we were 7 balls behind but I potted them all ...
... is one that was off to the side and isn't included in their Walk Through Time path through the museum. It was a display called Startup: The Computer Revolution. It turns out that Microsoft's first customer was MITS, who was an early personal computer company that was based in Albuquerque. Since MITS was such an important customer, Microsoft had their offices here for the first few ...