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Old 09-13-2013, 03:43 PM   #15
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In Albuquerque there is the Nuclear Musium. It to me was worth the admission . It wasn't just about the war time use , but has a lot about the medical uses .

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No one mentioned Bandolier National Park and the Los Alamos Museum (where the A bomb research occurred.

Eating at Rancho de Chimayo on the porch. Some of the Santa Fe restaurants have gone the way of the tourist if you want true New Mexican Red and Green Chile dishes.
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Old 09-13-2013, 09:46 PM   #17
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Wow,
What a bunch of great responses. Some of the things and places mentioned we had already discussed we would like to do and see and now you all have given us many other great ideas.
I love food with a little kick to it so I'm really looking forward to some of the suggestions you have offered up. Know that area will have what I like.
Just want to thanks again to everyone who responded and we pray that if you or your loved ones are in the flooding areas that you are safe.

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