Studio 6 Albuquerque North
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... be more lesser folk like me.
After a quick pint of Dutch courage I ordered another before entering the buzzing madness of gambling. Folk of all ages surrounded the various tables of Roulette, black jack and poker. Perhaps more dominating were the fruit machines where old woman sat perched with a bag full of quarters. Having not often ventured into these dangerous lands I decided against sitting at the tables and instead used a roulette machine. I took out numerous notes ...
... t quite right for the mass ascension (when 200+ balloons take off at the same time) but after an hours delay they finally launched - albeit a bit staggered. It was great seeing so many beautiful balloons fill the sky and towards the end the shapes come out - like a shark, scuba diver, dragon. It was a great experience - but I think you have to be a real balloon enthusiast to want to go back.
After such an early morning we were a bit knackered so we ...
... but every night we were entertained with the best fireworks show I have ever seen. To end the festival we also were able to see a concert of 4 bands, two unknowns, Sawyer Brown and Josh Turner.
I sure hope you can get a feel of how amazing it was through my pictures. You will notice that we started out sitting but didn’t stay down for long because you HAD to look 360 degrees so you didn’t miss anything. At times we were totally surrounded by balloons, landing ...
It is an apparently rare, rainy morning here in Albuquerque. We decided to go out for breakfast and let the wet weather move past us, before hooking up and heading to Colorado Springs. The Western Views Steak House and Coffee Shop was good, cheap, and a blast from the past. 11:00 and the rain is over. We are headed ...
We were up fairly early the next day, reluctantly on my part, to catch the "Rail runner" train to Santa Fe.
Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico and one of its oldest towns. It is about an hour by train from Albuquerque, an easy jump for about $10.
On the way, our hosts, Mr and Mrs Asher filled us in on the various pueblos we were passing along the way. Being the morning person that I am, I promptly fell asleep for most of the trip, except for the ...