Rodeway Inn Albuquerque
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... the mountain scenery with the new fallen snow was gorgeous. We even saw the remnants of a recent avalanche!
We topped off in Delores after we reached flat land again. On farther toward ABQ we ate a quick lunch in Aztec, NM., and on we went. There is NOTHING to see from Bloomfield, NM to Bernalillo, NM. The ...
... of the snow falls that have hit the USA since we arrived (very glad we chose a southern route across the country), including in Albuquerque where it fell the day before we arrived. There was however snow on the top of Sandia Mountain over 10,600ft above sea level. The cable car to the top was a great way to reach the summit in around fifteen minutes. The local skiers were happy as this was the first snow of the season to be on the mountain but we ...
... had died.
He got on the plane safe and sound and eventually got back. Hopefully we will catch up with him soon and continue our trip with him.
Those of us who were left decided to head to one of the bars called the Chuggin Monkey. While I was queing at the bar the guitarist of the band who he was playing with was walking around showing off. He thought it was it. Would have made a right show if he had tripped over, he would have ruined the bands songs. After the band ...
... to share these wonderful people, my family, with my daughter. To walk into a room and see my grandpa kneeling down helping Kaitlyn with her shoes, to watch her run and hug her great-grandma. To pass on this relationship I have to her and watch it grow on its own.
If for no other reason, this trip will be worth every exhausting day that we may spend, every mile that we drive, every flat tire and detour, just to have spent this one week with them.
... Albuquerque dating back to 1706. Many of the buildings are Spanish style houses that have been converted into restaurants and small art and souvenir shops. We ended up sitting in the sun at a cafe in the middle of the plaza. Was a really nice place to relax. We then headed to Santa Fe which is the capital of New Mexico. It was a very similar place to Albuquerque Old ...