Blue Spruce Lodge

1119 E. 66 Ave, Gallup, New Mexico, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gallup

Flagstaff to Gallup NM 189m to see a hole & lo

A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle


... as a group of Japanese were walking really slow plus when the guide was talking they were really chatting and a guy asked if they were translating for each other & when they said no he said well shut the f*** up then! It worked. It was really quite warm but a wind was starting & the guide said that it can really blow up there, sometimes around 100mph - it's still 6000ft elevation. We could see snow on the ...

Galluping out of Gallup to Arizona

A travel blog entry by meznglenn


... has been recorded back over 10000 years ago. There is evidence of wandering families and settled agricultural villages or Pueblos some of which have been preserved. Newspaper rock has more than 650 petroglyphs etched into the rocks by people who farmed in this area up to 2000 years ago. There are human like figures, animal like figures, spiritual figures, hands and tracks. On the lookout there are binoculars pointing directly at the site. Just makes it so easy. ...

Gallup New Mexico - your next.

A travel blog entry by simonsueroute66


... before it rained. Our best friend Harley all tucked away in its shelter for the night. Our Hotel - built 1937- is based in the heart of Indian country - Gallup. It's a Wild West theme hotel with all the rooms named after many film stars- John Wayne. Kirk Douglas, Ronald Reagan. Well, why not? You have to get into the adventure and do it in style! That's us. The sad part of the trip is seeing so many businesses ...

Getting our Kicks on and off Route 66

A travel blog entry by gaduzabe


... is the biggest in the park. From there we stopped at the Jasper Forest overlook and did a one mile hike amongst petrified logs and a portion of the painted desert called the Blue Mesa because of its unique mix of bluefish bentonite in the rock formations. The variation of colors seen on the hills was amazing. From there we stopped at an overlook of an amazing petroglyph called Newspaper Rock, a roadside display where Route 66 crossed ...

Prairie dogs and cowboy boots.

A travel blog entry by dan_tess


... that it keeps going. As there is absolutely nothing else left in Adrian apart from a gift shop to pull the visitors in. From here we headed to the ghost town of Glenrio that straddles the border of Texas and New Mexico. There really wasn't much left to look at here other than some rusting old cars and a falling down service station so we headed on to the larger towns of Tucumcari and Santa Rosa. Tucumcari boasts some of the better kept relics of the old 66 ...


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