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Albuquerque

Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico with well over half a million inhabitants in the city itself and around 850,000 in the metropolitan area. It's located in the central parts of the state along the Rio Grande. It was actually a pretty sleepy town until after World War II when the city sprang to life in the middle of the desert.

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    to Albuquerque to Dallas) weather wise and ease of driving wise I guess. And also tips about how to make ...

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    There's an ice cave on the road south of Gallup. (The highway that goes east-west and bypasses Gallup.) Kind of interesting and not too long a hike off the main road. You'll have to look up the name, or search it out on a map, since I don't remember it. Also, Albuquerque has a great central square ...

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