Rodeway Inn Silver City
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Silver City
... with Route 66, the other displaying a Harley-Davidson design. As we made our way to Silver City, NM, we crossed The Continental Divide--always an exciting moment! We were at 6355 ft.--and still climbing. When we arrived in Silver City, it reminded us both of the newer area of Sonora, CA. Silver City also has a historic downtown area, which we will tour tomorrow. The KOA in Silver City has a similar "vibe" to the campground ...
... farms, freasan cow farms and fields of barley nearly ready for harvesting.
Our route takes us over a super mountain pass which rises to 3000 metres onwards to our stop for the night in Silver City. A characterful hotel about 100 yards from a brewery pub - so you can image how the evening went. The lowest alcohol beer was 5.2% but Dustin behind the bar kept us topped up and Alison ...
... area (picture attached with Jim and Harley) to have lunch and let Harley stretch his legs.
Lots of desert along the I-10. Beautiful but it is still desert. We set our clocks ahead when we crossed into New Mexico. In Lordsburg we stopped at McDonalds for an iced coffee then made our way back to the road. Highway 90 was our turn off towards Silver City. It was a nice two lane road with a bit of a wind to it. We saw two very large mine operations ...
... City. The town ended up being larger than we expected. After asking the youngster at the front desk hotel where to eat around here, he suggested a steakhouse place called "Billy's". Boy did he pull a fast one on us. When we got there, it was a blinds, curtains and shades store. Well we showed him, we went across the street to a steakhouse that really served food. All-in-all, it was a good ...
... coverage of a couple hundred miles. They're really handy for tracking drug planes.......and where it's located, in west Texas, I'm sure that's exactly what it's used for. We snapped a pic from a safe (i.e. won't get arrested) distance and got back on the road.
We went a few miles.....and headed into the next wide spot in the road...and it hit me. This would be a great place for a picture! It's valentine's ...