Rodeway Inn Albuquerque
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... frequently by the honking of the geese as they flew over us on their way to ?? who knows where, but obviously MANY were invited and going to the party!
Later we returned to Old Town and spent some time strolling the streets. Unlike the other day when we were there, this one was warm and sunny and the streets were pretty empty since Balloon Fiesta is over. Not finding much open we headed to downtown Albuquerque to a restaurant I had found ...
... lot, the whole time sure I was going to get mugged, and started taking some pictures and a woman walked toward me and asked what I was doing and we talked about the super moon and of course, she said she ran out of gas and asked me for money, and I could see her drunken boyfriend or whatever sitting against the Denny's. Lovely downtown Grants.
I got into the Denny's and asked for a beer, but guess what? Denny's doesn't serve beer in New Mexico!!! I'm not in California ...
... of the photo op!
Our next stop was meeting up with my sister, niece and grand niece at the Mills Mall in Denver. We had not planned on stopping so surprised them a bit when we asked if we could stop in for a visit. They were out shopping but suggested we meet them at the mall. This worked great. Tracy and Stephanie were super happy to ride the carousel with baby cousin for her first carousel ride. ...
... was 10-1 Isotopes, and it wasn't that close. For one thing, the Isotopes left 11 men on base, so it could have been a whole lot worse than it was. Two goofy plays on the night: a 5-4-3 putout at first base; the runner at second having been (I think incorrectly) called safe, and a 1-3-6 double-play, with the short stop having to put the tag on the runner at second, who was no longer eligible for a force out. ...
We woke up around 7am feeling rather cold as it was freezing last night, so we got up and headed off out of town stopping at the nearest rest area to have some breakfast. After breakfast, we got back on the road and a few hours later we reached Albuquerque and looked for a visitor information centre. We saw a sign for visitor info but had trouble finding the right exit off the interstate and had to double ...