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Travel Blogs from Gila
... found the guy at the auto parts store sold us the wrong fog light. Then we decided to jump in the hot springs, which was so refreshing. After our dip, we headed back and started dinner - chicken, parmesan pasta and green beans. Once we had finished dinner, and cleaned up the dishes, we decided to go back for another dip in the hot springs. This time we were joined by another older couple. We chatted with them about our adventure, and we talked about all the places ...
... and checked for some more places on my Droid. So our third place was called Amy’s eatery which too got good reviews. Good news was it only three blocks away and we parked on the street right next to the place. It was pleasant day weather wise so we ate on the deck. Being that Silver City is artistic, so was this place. And the menu was short but all over the place. We ordered Greek Salad for an appetizer and then Pooh had a Spicy Thai Chicken ...
The drive up (literally I think it peaks above 7500 feet) was amazing and not as bad as last night into Silver City. The most amusing this is to see all the Cattleguard signs. It seems like nothing would be out here but Tracy actually saw a free-range cow! We would hate to be in charge of
keeping up with that herd.
The day was spent at the dwellings, which seemed to be staffed solely by volunteers. One ...
... a quiet town right on the Mexican border that was quite the town in its heyday. We stayed at the Gadsen Hotel right downtown…an indulgence but something had to save the day and get us back on the happy track.
The Gadsen started operating in 1907 during the time that Wyatt Earp was still slinging a gun, ...
Day 7, Monday January 11, 2010
Casitas de Gila, NM
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Up this morning in Eager, AZ after driving yesterday from Gallup, NM. Today, we're heading south in AZ through high country, then east again into NM to our two-nights at Casitas de ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking