Motel 6 Albuquerque - Coors Road
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Before heading off to Albuquerque we went white water rafting. While this was a peaceful and pretty location and activity, I wouldn't do it again. It was a little boring and not worth the money I spent on it. We then went on to Albuquerque and just spent the evening at ...
... was but thirty minutes away and you could almost so the buildings in the distance.
The first stop was a barren wilderness with hills ahead on either side. There were numerous dry plants which were a marvel considering they grew in such dry heat. I stood marvelling at the famous Joshua tree, which has sharp spiked leaves growing from its branches yet amazingly, despite its environment, is able to grow fruit. It was whilst I was studying this tree that I heard ...
... on a completely different road. After some running around and some possible illegal U turns she finally found her directions. In reality she maybe just wanted to tear around in the Camaro.
God works in mysterious ways. After Margaret’s little adventure tour, she thought it would be better if I drove her to Mass that night. She was going to a very old Church, San Felipe De Neri Catholic Church in Albuquerque ...
Santa Fe was so cute! Lots of art and culture. There was a strong Hispanic influence that gave this place so much charm. All the houses were adobe style with flat roofs, apparently they had strict zoning laws many years ago so all the houses have to look a certain way. I personally liked the style quite a bit. We got some recommendations for restaurants in town and we ended up going to this amazing restaurant called Vinaigrette. It's a ...
... t be a problem. Then the wind picks up.....slinging dust everywhere. So I adapt, improvise, and overcome. I wedge the tripod between the bed and the wall and shoot out of the motorhome window. It works.
We head on down route 66, checking out old buildings that were there when the original road was there, and other things along the way. There are more intact pieces of route 66 here. We go for 15 or 20 miles, then back on the interstate for ...