Heritage Inn Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Stopped on the hill opposite the city on the I40 and had lots of coffee and breakfast before setting off for Arizona. We managed to connect with the Historic Route 66 in towns like Grants and Gallop but the highway has been laid pretty much over the old road in most places. Gallop very authentic in its preservation of buildings, a classic town of the era. And Grants featuring many abandoned motels just left as are with ...
... with the Petrified Forrest near the south exit.
The Petrified Forest is known for its fossils, especially fallen trees that lived in the Late Triassic, about 225 million years ago. During the Late Triassic, downed trees accumulating in river channels and were buried periodically by sediment containing volcanic ash. Groundwater dissolved silica from the ash and carried it into the logs, where it formed quartz crystals that gradually replaced the organic matter. ...
... of hundreds of law books. Spent a lot more time in the museum than would have expected.
As we explored town we drove by an old hotel that could have potential if we had lots of money. I tried to talk the other 3 into us buying and renovating it---but got outvoted. We then checked out the cement teepees historical site with some old clunkers and a couple nice older cars. Drove around ...
Before I left Gallup this morning me and my camera took a tour of the El Rancho Hotel to see which movie star had stayed in which room and who had left their autographs in the gallery. It really was a who's who of classic film stars. I managed to take pictures of most of the rooms which had the most famous stars above the door but I managed to forget the presidential suite which was Ronald Reagan's room, although I did see his photo in ...
... similar to the South Dakota Badlands, and was fun.
After getting gas (the first station we went by the price was $3.99, and I felt a tightening in my chest...here they sell two kinds of gas - straight gas and gas like I'm used to with 10% ethenol.) The gas cut with alcohol is in the $3.39 range and I was able to calm a bit.
When we crossed into Arizona we went on ...