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 ...
... Jackrabbit - 5 miles"), you were itching to find out what the fuss was about. The place itself has a large and very iconic sign with a picture of a Jackrabbit and the words "IT'S HERE!". The place itself is fairly simple and was closed by the time we got there, so we took each other's photos on the large plastic jackrabbit outside (terribly cheesy!) and, as the light was fading fast, started back for Holbrook.
That's when we encountered the ...
... the nicer neighborhoods in Holbrook then back to coach for a bit before going to Dennys for dinner. Planned out the route for the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert trip tomorrow and took advantage of that great comfortable bed we have in the Alfa.
We visited the Holbrook Chamber of Commerce that's located in the old Navajo County Courthouse building. The ...
... at various places for photos and then take an alternative route onwards.The planned one hour turned into a three hour visit and we agreed it was one of the highlights of the trip so far. The Park is stunning. The Visitors Centre provided us with a map and stopping places and we set off at a sedate 35 mph through the gates into the Park. Our first stop took us to The Painted Desert. There are not really sufficient superlatives to explain ...
... off we went.
How far did we go before the first light came on? Two miles? Possibly three. However, I decided it was not a vital one, as it was alerting us to the fact that the 'tire' pressures needed adjusting... but as we are quite high up, maybe that has a bearing on it.
The Mesa Verde is a National Park where two cowboys discovered the remains of an ancient village made up of pit and cliff dwellings and shallow caves.