Econo Lodge Midtown
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... would have made me swear for a week—George however, was frustrated but didn’t lose control. I love that man!
The freezing temperatures make everything take longer—so George is miserable, but we need to keep pressing forward. Two hours later we are finally on the road.
I say it a lot, but… it’s all part of our journey. Stuff takes longer if we wait too long to leave the cold weather. Stuff will get ...
... at the Sandia Tram. I had asked Mark not to tell me how high it went. As I really struggled in St. Louis at The Arch (at around 630 feet high), I REALLY didn't want to know!! Mark said it was a 5 figure number and I tried not to freak out too much!! He thought it was hilarious, I didn't!
We arrived at about 7pm and the last tram went up at 9pm. The queue was about an hour long so I REALLY didn't need the time to think about what was in store. After ...
... 8217;s at the top of the mesa just west of Albuquerque and we get pretty strong breezes every day. More interesting are the storms we’ve had both nights. Tuesday night we had thunder, lightning and hail, but thankfully no damage. Then late last night more thunder and lightning, which Aragon hates. Out came is thunder shirt, but even that didn’t settle him down. He spent part of the night plastered against us, vibrating the bed with his ...
... no light means no photos. This isn't like digital, where you can get away with murder. So we head back downtown, to take pics of any random neon we might have missed. There were a few cool old signs and I wanted to get shots of them. Albuquerque is unusual. It's a city that looks very different at night than in the day (see quote below). Lights and neon are a huge part of it's personality.
We head back to the international district. This is not ...
... the day, we decided to ride the world’s longest aerial tram, on the east side of Albuquerque, a ride that took us up the side of a mountain to its crest at 10,378 feet. Up there the temperature was 0 degrees Celsius, it was snowing a bit, and the wind was howling. We could see for miles over the Rio Grande River basin, over the city of Albuquerque to the west and over Santa Fe to the east. The panoramic views were ...