Americas Best Value Inn Holbrook
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The day started like any other when we are on the move. We were packed up, checked out and back on the road out of ABQ by 8.30am knowing we had a long journey into Arizona ahead of about 250 miles. Hubs took the wheel for the first time in over a week and managed a couple of hours before the bad back returned. The passing of the Continental Divide …
<ul><li> I stopped at a gas station before going to the Petrified Forest National Park and I spent $38.20 on gas.</li><li>The Petri fied Forest was really cool I even was able to snag a piece of petrified wood for ,my little brother, Diego.</li><li>I called him when I ...
... the time we arrived, depriving us of the beautiful sunset colours that these areas are renowned for, so we decided to go the next day instead. As an alternative, we headed further down the road to the famous Jackrabbit Trading Post in Joseph City, AZ. This has been a Route 66 icon for decades. It used to announce itself from many miles away with cryptic, tantalising signs saying only "Jackrabbit - 89 miles" and counting down from there so that by the time you ...
... evening we arrived back in Holbrook and ended the day properly by stopping at Dairy queen and having a blizzard AND Orange Julius.
Pete, Harlan and I went for a bike ride in the morning. It's hot and windy in this high desert, so we decided to visit the Painted Desert/Petrified Forest National Park later in the day. First we visited the visitor center where we watched the short documentary. None of ...
... Tucson to sight yet more rare cacti.
We had a stop at Tombstone and fell into "Big Nose Kate's Saloon" for lunch,great music and a beer.Then we just had to watch a reenactment of the gunfight at the OK corral in the very spot where it happened. What a great day!
We traveled North through more Apache country and (against advice) took the road through Salt River Canyon, we have renamed it Smoking Brakes Canyon, the hairpin bends ...