Comfort Inn Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- 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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It has been a very busy last couple of days. We traveled East to Four corners and grabbed some pictures of the girls in 4 states at the same time. We traveled to Dallas and caught the back end of the Tropical depression Bill and watched the roads flood over and close behind us.
have made it to Kenner, Louisiana and met the newest member of our family, Layne. ...
Windy and sunny journey. Route 66 is fragmented and you arrive at dead ends and have to take alternative route to catch back on. I did a secret wee in the middle of nowhere in some gorse. As petrified of snakes I knew the big old rattlers would let me know they were there so I felt safe. It's only when I got on the bike I realised I had helmet on and ear plugs ...
... 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 ...
... quite steadily now and if anything this will certainly freshen things up and settle the red dust. As we approach Santa Rosa, it looks like a very nice town, quite a step up from poor old Tucumcari. Santa Rosa Lake State Park is not far from the town and sounds like a good option provided we can get in. This time there is no Ranger and its pretty much an honesty system. You can chose your campsite as long as it doesn't have a red reserved sign on it ...
... buried in the Texas mud. Visitors bring cans of spray paint to leave their mark. It's a work in progress. And it's an endless project judging from the paint cans littered about. Your blogger and spouse did not contribute to the project, though we spent quality time talking with others ...