Comfort Inn Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Santa Rosa
Heater worked, nice and had a good free breakfast, far better the the motel across the street
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Day 18 in Albuquerque, NM! With an early start, we headed east for our DIY Breaking Bad Tour. Stop #1, Twisters restaurant AKA Los Pollos Hermanos! We of course had to get some tacos and even sat in the booth that Walter sat in the first time he went there. We think they reshot the area outside of the restaurant because numerous houses and buildings were nearby, as were some of the other locations, when on the show it looked more secluded. On to the second ...
After leaving Bowie we continued north on 287 to I-40 seeing bits and pieces of Route 66.
We ran into very severe weather just inside New Mexico. The cross wind was so bad that I had to reduce our speed down to 40mph. It was literally raining sideways pushing rain in through the side windows of the camper. I've never driven in such a strong cross wind and care not to ever again.
The Santa Rosa campground is nice but a bit pricey. ...
... is the Head quarters of the American Quarter Horse Society and a history museum about the quarter horses. We decided earlier in fact yesterday that we would stop in at the Giant Texan to have drink. Because of the time, that has now become lunch......haven't got far today, anyone would think that we are on holidays! The experience at the Giant Texan had to be done, the food was good. The service not the best we have had by far. Heading out of ...
... 66 Museums. A reconstructed western town, in miniature. , with this sign post. For those of your in Glen Ellyn and environs, it is not the same Great Western Trail.
As we drove through Oklahoma and on into the panhandle of Texas, I was reminded of people who used to ...
... him down and killed in Fort Sumner. There are two competing museums here about Billy the Kid and two graves sites and only one is real. Yet, the actual tombstone has been stolen, or flooded out so there have been replacements and now there is a steel cage to protect the grave. Tom O’Folliard and Charlie Bowdre graves surround Billy’s since they took part in some of his robberies and killings.