Red Lion Hotel Grants
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... up on the road. We saw a pretty amazing series of rainbows along the way. We arrived at Acoma earlier than we thought and debated about driving the extra 3 hours home. Since it was rainy and we had already paid for the hotel in advance we decided to stay. We were surprised at how busy the Sky City Hotel and Casino was. There were quite a few people checking in and the casino and restaurant were ...
Thursday: The road from Farmington (just west of Bloomfield) took me up to a huge mesa where I went pretty much due south for 100 plus miles. Excellent road, minimal traffic, wide shoulders, no wind ... a perfect day for driving. I didn't notice how much climbing we had done, though, until I noticed the continental divide sign at ...
... we depart for the final stretch. Day 63. Friday 17th October. Valle Tio Vinces Campground to Beaverhead Work Centre. There's a scene in Crocodile Dundee where Mick Dundee is booked into a suite in an expensive hotel in New York by his girlfriend but sleeps on the floor because he's not used to sleeping in beds and finds them uncomfortable. Unfortunately, no one has booked us into a suite (don't let the following put you off), but we did have a free bed in a free hostel the ...
... told us about but were unsuccessful before Abe had to take the truck for a mechanic's review. This is when the bad news really took over. The mechanic was able to make the truck make the sound again and told Abe that this indicated the transmission was shot. It would cost a minimum of $5000 to repair it (with a rebuilt on from Ford, which was his recommended solution) and require a week's time. Abe called from the garage nearly in tears. "Do you want the bad news or ...
... guys sit in the shade on their mobiles in a pueblo that has no electricity or running water ! Most people live in valley below where there are schools, hospital , fire n ambulance, gas stations etc.. The Mesa modern villages are financed by selling land for casinos and hotels to be built .The Pueblo leaders have even sold land for a golf course which uses up so much of the already scarce water ...