Days Inn Santa Rosa

Address: 1830 Historic Route 66, Santa Rosa, New Mexico, 88435, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1830 Historic Route 66, Santa Rosa.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa

Route 66

A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on Jul 01, 2014

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... and diners once stood are nothing but empty spaces. The iconic road markings have faded, although we were lucky enough to find one how ever it was hardly visible. It was still awesome to drive down the first highway to connect the East coast to the West.

We drove though a town called Albuquerque, where we found the most amazing diner. Built in 1946 it was originally Sam's 66 service station. They kept the ...

Amarillo to Santa Rosa

A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 10, 2013

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... The RV museum is a good find. It's behind an RV dealership and in a huge shed there is a collection of a dozen types of caravan or motor home that have been restored to their former glory or in some cases they have been so well cared for, they are in original condition. Once again its fascinating to see what has been included in this collection and to read where it has come from. It was easily over an hour spent there and before we left we looked inside ...

Not a cactus in sight

A travel blog entry by kieranmurphy on Jun 23, 2013

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... with ice cream- awesome. Refreshed, we headed back on the road, cruising into Tucumcari for lunch, after a brief visit to the dinosaur museum, we ate at Dells, another recommendation and again good food (Mexican cheese stuffed pepper, enchilada and taco). Dells manager was nice enough to store our biker gear as we went for a walk of town. There's not much, but enough to keep out of the sun for a few hours. As we were having a sub 200mile day we set off ...

New Mexico...check

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Jun 05, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... the clothing belonged to them. There were a lot of signs down but most of the damage was not within our view.

Eventually the sun came out and it warmed up and we proceeded west through Oklahoma. The land is very flat and you can see forever. The west side of Oklahoma is crop fields, cattle, oil wells all coexisting in apparent harmony with a wind farm. Or perhaps it was multiple wind farms, because they went on ...

Grind It Out

A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on Apr 16, 2013

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Between crossing the Canadian River, seeing Ute Lake and eating on the sidewalk at Allsups in Logan I was in a geographical morass, not knowing if I was in Calgary, Fort Duchesne or The land of Jessica. Getting out of Tucumcari wasn't easy, or quick. We repaired Chris' perpetually low front tire in our $25.95 '5 star' motel and headed out of town to a hoped-for less crazy traffic, highway 54. It was so cold that we dodged into Kmart on the ruse of ...