Best Western Santa Rosa Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so we added that into this leg of the journey. As fate would have it, we rolled in on Taco Tuesday! Heaven is all that can be described here. With full bellies we continued on our BB Tour to the Crossroads Motel where Jesse Pinkman was a constant guest. They actually hung a sign outside of the motel that stated we had to pay to take pictures. Luckily, it only cost $1 but still lame. Stop #4, one of the coolest ones we both agreed, was the laundromat ...
After short lay in, and a quick grocery shop at Walmart we were on our way this time to Albuquerque not really knowing what to expect. We decided upon visiting the Old Town of Albuquerque as it seemed most appealing. It was clear to see the Mexican vibe of the old town by the buildings, the artwork, and the people. Everyone was so welcoming ...
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... the one, the only, Devil's Rope Museum - a Tribute to Barbed Wire. . What can one say about barbed wire that hasn't been said? I have no idea, but you can certainly find out here. Along with a giant rattlesnake. .
Well, as you might imagine, all this barbed wire got me hungry ...
... of New Mexico’s eastern plains all of a sudden you come to a dam and a huge lake. The hillsides of juniper and the blue waters of the lake with a rocky shoreline contrast with the dry, desert like drive to the campground. It costs $14 for electric and they do take reservations for some sites. The main campground where we stayed in the Pecos campground sits up on a hill. There is a visitor center there and at ...