Rodeway Inn Albuquerque
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... where to look! We watched as one after another filled up with hot air and then lifted off, sailing gently into the cloud-filled sky. Where else can one see such things flying in the sky?? We saw flying dragons and frogs, butterflies and bees, smiling suns and dancing frogs, a zebra, skunk, chicken, cactus, dolphin, whale, bear, beaver, pumpkin, tea cup, saucer, bus, car, spaceman, along with some more famous characters like Yoda, and Uncle Sam, Noah's ...
... has seen more people move in and renovate (it includes a petting zoo with a llama!), it doesn't fall into the category of a ghost town, because people live there and it's not been completely abandoned. After visiting Cerrillos, we went to the small town (when I say small town, all of the buildings were along about 100m worth of the same stretch of road) of Madrid, although not the same pronunciation of ...
... among the shops for some trinkets. I made a date to meet my friend tomorrow for an impromptu massage. (Wow! It was John’s suggestion, and when she announced she had an opening in her schedule, I could not contain my excitement!)
Back at the rig, we settled in to chat with family back in Broken Arrow---concerned for everyone’s welfare over the threat (and ultimate strike) of tornadoes.
God Bless Us All Everyone!
Still continuing west on the renamed route 66 we stopped at Alburquerque for the night. The drive from Amarillo had taken it out of Terry and Dave a bit because of the strong winds, we even had a bit of a dust storm. Imagine our delight when we arrived at the camp site to find that they had a hot tub, bliss. Terry was even happier there was a KFC in walking distance, off he went with Dave on the pretence of finding a liquor store only to come ...
... were disappointed with the presentation. A big place but it seems few animals available for viewing when we visited
The Natural History museum was fun. The home of the invention of the personal computer - Albuquerque and there was a great wing of the museum devoted to the history of the PC. The main part of the museum had a wonderful walk thru the history of the planet and the evolution of the ...