Now that our kids are outdated enough to take on cross-country trips, our spouse as well as I decided that the two of us would take our van to visit family that lives in Albuquerque, NM. Since the two of us live in Florida, that would provide us the chance to see at least 4 states if the two of us drove through the entire state of TXâ€¦ Instead, the two of us took a more northern route so the two of us could stop in the Ozarks in AR on the way to Albuquerque. My kids were recognizably gleeful to see the MS River when the two of us reached Memphis. By the time the two of us got to the Ozarks, the two of us had been driving for several afternoons as well as stopping in hotels as well as campgrounds along the way. My kids were getting a little restless by that point, but I promised them that the two of us would be stopping for a few afternoons once the two of us reached our destination. It was a relief when I saw the sign for the NM border as well as realized the two of us would be in Albuquerque in just a matter of hours. The first thing the two of us saw on interstate 40 were the Sandia Peaks. These mountains are a attractive backdrop for the neighborhood of Albuquerque, as well as the famous Sandia Peak Tramway is a cable car plan that takes guests high into the mountains to see the breathtaking views. Our kids were so gleeful that their eyeah were completely agape for the entire experience. I hope it’s a memory they cherish for the rest of their lives, because I know that I definitely will. Albuquerque has a lot to offer, even to tourists care about myself as well as our family.