Heritage Inn Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... between us. Though we did laugh when it came, 2 small crisp tortillas with only refried beans and lettuce leaves and sprinkle of cheese with more runny beans and rice on the side, we asked for guacamole as a side to go with the tortilla chips and tongue toasting chilli sauce. Following a good inspection of their ancient map, showing Indian territories, and all the Indian artefacts, it didn't take us long to finish up and move on after downing our drinks. We carried along ...
... huge puddles that we were afraid we would get stuck in, and it was far longer than our journey into the forest. What really did it for us was when we had already been driving about maybe 2 or 3 miles into it, and a huge tree had fallen across the road completely blocking it. Now there’s no way to go around it because there are trees and rocks everywhere, and we can’t back up and go the way we came especially because that would mean going ...
... contain abundant iron and manganese compounds which provide the pigments for the various colours of the region.
We arrived at the Painted Desert and to our delight found that the National Park was practically empty. After a short look around the visitors centre we hopped back into the car and started our scenic drive around the park.
The scenic drive is about 28 miles long; as you enter the park through the north entrance you travel through the Painted Desert ...
... is massive. The rock formations come in strange bubble shapes and the shades of pink, mauve and reds flow constantly across this almost un-earthly landscape.
Once we left the Painted Desert, we hit the I40 interstate & I25 and headed for Santa Fe, after a few conversations with fellow H-D rider convinced us that Santa Fe was a much better option than Albuquerque. We cruised at between 80-90 mph (140-150 k) and still being overtaken by other cars. ...
... stop was the visitor center and what a surprise. This has to be one of the best kept secrets in Holbrook. If you EVER have a little time stop and see the Holbrook Museum. Lots of treasures dating back to the 1880’s through the more modern ‘old period’ of time. Since the museum is housed in the old court house, they have preserved the original court room which was spectacular as was ...