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6 May 2017
We took a stroll through Old town Albuquerque. There were many unique gift shops, museums and restaurants. We also found hidden patios, winding brick paths, and beautiful gardens.
4 May 2017
Another new purse and wallet from Bob! This time he selected, it and purchased it, with out any input from
The San Felipe De Nero Church is the oldest church in Albuquerque and has continuously served the community since 1706.
The enjoyed an early dinner at the Church Street Cafe. They served authentic Mexican food that was delicious.
We made it to the top of the Sandia mountain and there was still some snow on the ground. The views are absolutely amazing!! On the opposite side of the mountain there was a ski lift that was closed until
Next winter. It's definitely a must see if you ever visit Albuquerque!
Up we go! I'm am afraid of heights, so I was doing this more for Bob than myself. The climb to the top
of the mountain took 15 minutes. The ride was very smooth, no winds. I actually enjoyed it more than I expected. 👍🏼
Bob & I are driving to the Sandia Peak Tramway in Albuquerque. The mountain is just slightly over 10,000 feet height and we're going to the top. 😳 The temperature in Albuquerque was in the upper sixties, but at the top of the mountain it was forty and there was still some snow on the ground.