Royal Holiday Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
- Free parking
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... have been before with the difference being, Indians still live here. Acoma Pueblo is situated on top of a mesa, hundreds of feet above the surrounding land commanding a breath-taking view of the countryside, other mesas and the distant mountains - no wonder it is called Sky City. Like the hillside towns of Italy, the location was chosen for protection from marauding enemies, but the incredible beauty of this panoramic view of the world must have had something ...
... was wondering if the train depot is still standing. Hmmmm, sounds like a side trip to me.
We pulled in and got set up in a nice space with a big shade tree in the right place. I had read online that this park had a daily barbeque dinner available. After we were settled I walked to the office to buy a dinner. I could smell the meat smoking and it smelled very inviting. I opted for the chicken since I had eaten ribs, pork and sausage last time I ...
... better driving west to Amarillo, where we stopped to see the Big Texan, a famous steak place known around the world for their 72 oz steak that is free if you can eat it plus fixins in an hour or less. I told Dad I could eat that steak in under 30 minutes but, he said we didn't have time to stop. Plus, he said my belly would drag the ground if I ate that much. And you can tell from the big cowboy, everything's bigger in Texas. Note that he's way bigger than ...
... more difficult terrain into the canyon. It's obvious that Phyllis really loves her horses she has a genuine affection for every one of them. They are incredibly well trained to the point where a doilem from Berwick can turn up and after a few hours on one of her horses can suddenly feel like John Wayne.
Phyllis recommended that we call in and meet her friend Fran at the cafe at the exact half way point on Route 66. We said goodbye and made our way back ...
... back to the visitor centre and, encouraged by a knowledgeable ranger, we headed up the rock to view the ruins. Whew – still not acclimatized – exercise at over 7,000 feet makes it really hard to get your breath. The climb was well worth it – the top of the sandstone rock is multi-coloured, and over and above that, the views are amazing! There is a centre canyon that we hiked all around (the top is ...