Best Western Santa Rosa Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Today was a better day than yesterday. Out of the big city to something more our size.
We left Albuquerque after brekky, headed for Santa Rosa in the hope of staying there for the night. We were there by 2pm so checked out the Blue Hole, swimming and scuba dive area. Met some people there that suggested we move on to Tucumcari and stay at the …
... extra day at Sam's and drove the truck out for the day. Then, we could have driven down to see Lake Mead up close. I did take a few photos as we drove in & back out.
~~I have to tell ya, when I go there as see how low the water is, and knowing how fast the population in Vegas is growing, along with its infrastructure, I feel guilty about 1) going there at all and 2) much less lounging around in a pool of water! It would be ...
I took a small hwy 160 eastbound and that eventually turned south crossing into New Mexico. About 10 miles into NM we also crossed the continental divide. The divide separates the water basins of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, stated more clearly water on each side of the demarcation line drains into its respective ocean.
While we are talking about oceans, I have yet another rant! I know you came here looking to regaled with tales of derring-do from a road warrior but ...
... as it was located next to a huge empty lot off a side street. I’m sure they get plenty of business now from the show, and today looked to be very busy. Last stop on our tour was Saul’s office, which was the biggest letdown of all. The area in the stripmall where his office should have been was a nightclub. The windows were blacked out and you would never have guessed that an attorney’s office had been there. Ah well, still cool seeing all ...
... appears to once have been a KOA. It had a small restaurant in the back which we had dinner at.
The town of Santa Rosa seemed to be at one time a bustling Route 66 town but the interstate system obviously hurt the area. It's very quaint, laid back town. Even McDonald's doesn't open until 7am.
Today we head for Arizona with a planned stop at Houck then on to Sedona - hopefully without problems with the fires at Sliding Rock.