Motel 6 Albuquerque - Coors Road
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... numerous cabinets full of Tommy Guns and other weapons. After exploring the first floor we then made for the second and came to a huge courtroom which had convicted numerous members of organised crime. This included those in government positions who had become greedy and traitorous joining forces with The Mafia. There was a huge screen at the centre of the courtroom which explained these tales in further detail and it was when I left here that I was thrown suddenly into ...
... got them off the ground and standing, the wind pushed them around until they had to give up and let them fall back to the cold ground.
This continued for a while, with random balloons getting inflated, causing the anxious crowd to cheer loudly, only to fall down minutes later. No balloons would fly today. Try as we might, we cannot control the whims of Mother Nature.
And so the farewell mass ascension did not happen.
We spent the day in Santa ...
... to hear about my travels so far. I can say that Holi is one of the funniest and kindest women I have met, and welcomed me into her home as if I were family. Hannah is so enthusiastic about the Civil Air Patrol, some of the cadets back home could take a leaf out of her book. Jonathan is the most excitable and pleasant boy I have had the pleasure of meeting, and took great interest in what I did and where I came from, immediately getting his globe so I could show him where I ...
... 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 ...
... cherry pie, horno bread, and a enchilada which was crazy spicy. We felt sad we may never have a pueblo burger again. I guess that made it taste even better!
There was a few activities in Albuquerque that we couldn't decide between so we showed the kids the websites and had them choose what they wanted to do. Explora, a science center and children's museum easily won ...