Super 8 Albuquerque West /Coors Blvd
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... started this whole thing. My father's spontaneous decision to travel to Las Vegas. But it doesn't stop there, oh no, then there was the discovery that Disneyland was only four hours away from where we were staying in Vegas.
Ever since I was about five years old we have gone to Disney at least once a year. My father loves Disney. I mean, when we went to Mexico for my senior trip, and I joked about how ...
... Once again customer service that goes beyond what you expect. It's so nice. The rain has well and truly left us now and as we near Albuquerque the sun is shining. We are going to take the scenic tram (cable car) to Sandia Peak. The aerial tram travels for 2.7 miles from the desert floor to the top of the 10378 foot Sandia Peak. The ride takes around 15 minutes to traverse the distance and below us are canyons and lush forests. Apparently there is also plenty of ...
Off we go again. We stop off at the Petrified Forest NP. The Painted Desert unfolds before your eyes as far as you can see, beautiful red, orange, purple, yellow, green and grey. A valley of colour.
We drive further through the Badlands towards Puerco Pueblo ancient village, were the ancestral Puebloan people lived between A.D 1250 & 1380 close to the Dead Wash River, took some excellent pictures of rock drawings. Continuing along we reach the Triassic ...
... The story tells of a vicious battle between Navajos and Apaches, ending with the multiple deaths of Apaches trapped in the cave by fire and smoke. Because there were other cars parked around Two Guns, LD and I decided to forego searching for the cave. Somehow it didn't seem prudent for two women to be exploring an abandoned cave among strangers.
Although Two Guns can be seen from ...