BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Decent enough hotel for an overnight stay. Big bed in the room, but not enough power points, We needed to charge phones, laptop, tablet and camera battery. Breakfast wasn't great but hey what do you expect for the price?
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The day started at 4:30am with early morning preparation for our trip to Santa Fe, we packed our cases and dad devoured a 5am Billy Butty. Eventually with the Ford all loaded, and with thunderstorms silhouetted in the rear view mirror, we set off west. As we joined the interstate the satnav said "turn right in 112 miles".
We shuttled down …
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We started the day visiting The Cadillac Ranch which is in a field just west of Amarillo, south of Route 66. We arrived before 9.00am and there was already a number of people tagging the upended vehicles. We took our photo opportunity and made our mark, it will probably be gone by tomorrow. < …
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A few hours into the journey we stopped at the Four Corners. Here, you can stand in four states at once: Arizona, Colorado, Utah and New Mexico. Pretty cool huh! All the relevant state flags fly around the outside and there's a monument too. And then right in the centre there is a plaque on the floor denoting where the exact point is. Steve makes us spell out the word 'trek’ spanning across the four states. God knows how the boys managed to do the ...
... the time zone change. I had wondered if I would combust standing in two time zones, and states, however to Tom's dismay I am still here!
We headed out of Adrian on the original R66, which suddenly just ended! We were stuck 5 metres from the interstate as well, so we just drove over the wasteland between us and the road and hit the I40 instead. It would seem that it starts again at Glenrio, oops.
Glenrio was deserted, in the desert! Just surreal, with one ...