Motel 6 Albuquerque - Coors Road
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... cheeky to come into a place to beg, but did hand over some bucks to him, Once we'd stuffed our faces, we had a game of pool to finish off the night. Yes Andy won by two balls ! His put me off tactics worked well, trying to instruct me my ****. We walked back satisfied with our full day, and walked back through the ever changing coloured lit subway. It was starting to rain, but was only light. We got back about 10.30pm and I was finally able to finish of my blogging while Andy crashed out ...
... gray are called the "Mesa Blue" stratum. The color is really more like a smokey blue.
The next place we stopped was the historic portion of Route 66 through the park. It is entirely grass covered now, but there is a plaque and unique monument marking its location.
Next we came to the Painted Desert proper. The vistas at the Painted Desert are amazing! The predominant colors are pinks ...
... official Junior Ranger with a patch, badge, and certificate to prove it.
We did a few other things in town, checked out the Pueblo Cultural Center and the Rio Grande Nature Center, and of course we hit a few of the city parks because that's how we keep Iris happy. But definitely one of the best parts of our time in Albuquerque was getting to hang out with some people we knew. Saturday evening we met up with a former coworker, and ...
... and was a much more pleasant route pulling the camper than the interstate. We loved the fact the road was practically deserted and wound its way through the Hopi and Navajo lands. The great views along the way reminded us a lot of the Badlands. We stopped at a trading post and got arrowheads for the boys and mutton and homemade cheese. All through the approximately 7 hours of driving the children did well and most of the time was spent on school ...
... s been to Albuquerque has been there. (Oh yes! I just realized I quoted a price to repair our windshield. It was $37, not $7…but still a bargain.)
Originally a thriving coal and turquoise mining community in the 1850s, Madrid became a ghost town when the railroad service left in the 1950s. In the 1970s the "hippies" moved in and began transforming it into a thriving artist community. Today, with more than 250 full-time ...