Comfort Inn Gallup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... immigrants from England,Scotland,Wales,Germany, Austria, even from China and Japan and Eastern Europeans. The mines were open between 1880 and 1948. He also told us about the museum in Red Rock Park as this was an Indian museum which we wanted to see. We then went to 'El Rancho' hotel, built in 1937. This was a famous hotel used by the stars. Many western films ...
Today we walked through the unpretentious city of Gallup, New Mexico. The city was voted as The Most Patriotic Small Town in America by Rand McNallay's "Best of the Road", 2013. It was a site of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad and was a great coal-mining town. One third of the current population has Indian roots with Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi tribes in the area. The town has many nearby hiking, biking, rock-climbing ...
... to it, that Kennedy was probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy. The committee was unable to identify the other gunmen or the extent of the conspiracy." Those are the official commitee's exact words! So the official version is that Lee Harvey Oswald was involved and more than likely didn't act alone, a fact I find fascinating.
The museum is set up in a way to invite the visitor to make their own minds up about who was responsible. There is ...
... year old businessman. He has a beautiful Trading Post that blends the old and the new of the Indian trading world. We had a good visit and then moved on to Zuni.
The Zuni visit was kind of sad as we remembered some nice visits to the area when we used to live here. There is a beautiful church and lots of neat cultural ‘things’ in the community. BUT now everything was ‘at a charge’--$10 a person to tour ...
... As we crossed the boarder we gained another hour with another time zone change, but still missed the opening time of the Arizona visitor centre by a couple of minutes after 6pm. Luckily they had brochures and booklets available outside. The road here also runs alongside the train tracks and some of the trains we have seen are amazing. Double-decker trains that go for more than two kilometres long! We rolled into Holbrook, Arizona after 7pm and found a place ...