Super 8 Motel Albuquerque East
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Well, as I am sitting here getting started on the blog I cannot think where we started this morning! Unbelievable. It is almost impossible to get our heads around the enormity of this adventure, even as we are living it.
Earlier today I needed to log in to the blog to find out where we were at on what days, and Noah and I regularly discuss …
... of San Felipe de Neri Church as the central building. It was here that Billy the Kid sought refuge in the convent. When the local policeman asked the nun "sister, do u have Billy in there" not wanting to lie she replied. " Sir, what would a man be doing in a convent". I saw a very authentic santa in the square riding a bike with antlers on the front. He was talking to a young boy and I thought I would take a photo, turns out he was selling beef jerkey, not ...
... a city. Besides, we had to get all ready to fly home tomorrow. We went out in the evening, however, as we had reservations at a restaurant called "High Finance", which is a restaurant you have to take a tram to the top of the mountain to get to. This tram is one of the longest in the world (3rd longest), and it gains 4,000 feet in elevation in 15 minutes, bringing you to the top at just over 10,000 feet. My what a ride that was! We ...
A friend of ours (he shall remain nameless) is a big fan of rattlesnakes and we have often discussed where he might go to see a rattlesnake in the wild. He told us about this museum, the American International Rattlesnake Museum, found just off the square in Old Town Albuquerque. The museum owner, a biologist who prefers wrangling rattlesnakes to middle and high school students, has gathered quite a significant collection ...
... van 'n kopspeld tot ‘n dooie polisieman”, or directly translated “you can buy anything from a pin to a dead policeman” in the store. There were skulls, antique bottles, taxidermied jackolopes and all kinds of “gem stones”, including turquoise nuggets. Combine this with a little museum with implements, gold panning paraphernalia and you have quite the sight. From there we went to Mary’s historic bar, unfortunately ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed