Hyatt Place Albuquerque/Uptown
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The Hyatt is always clean and comfortable. We were only there one night but there were no problems,
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We are sitting in the Albuquerque Airport after a very smooth morning travelling about an hour from Santa Fe to here. Left apartment at 9:00 AM and we were depositing our car at the Dollar depot at 9:54. Bonnie had our boarding passes on her IPhone so it was a smooth checkin, bags tagged and on through security without a hitch and now enjoying coffee and muffin waiting to board around 11. The last day of our trip took us to Taos, about a two ...
... of ages gone by. It doesn't matter what the problem is, whether it's a cancelled flight or overbooked buses', a simple bag of Cheetos will suffice. I only wish Air India could have offered the same token of forgiveness and then I would have felt immediately at ease and satisfied with my flight cancellation to Delhi. The power of crisps knows no bounds. The moment I opened the bag and smelt the cheesy aroma I was hypnotised and forgot all my troubles. Who needs a night ...
We stayed in Abq. with Tai Wu via couchsurfing. He gave us toast for breakfast, re-fried beans for lunch, and a quesadilla for dinner. He let us stay on his couch. Tomorrow, on Thursday (the 23rd), ...
I took a nature walk around the property and saw the Rio Grand River. I learned a little about the native inhabitants of this area and how they are trying to preserve the beauty of this area. The Hyatt leases this property. It is owned by the pueblo of Santa ...
...miles. Driving down Hwy 89 from St. George in southwest Utah towards Flagstaff, AZ, the trip counter passed the 10,000 miles mark (see the photo), while I was driving in the Kaibab National Forest just north of the north rim of the Grand Canyon (which Rita and I visited back in May). Some more statistics: Rita and I went to a total of 13 states beginning in Illinois ...