Comfort Suites Gallup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... it and it was a mile wide. A small plane crashed in it in the 60s, and the movie "Starman" did some very filming there. Very cool.
Back on the road, we saw a semi-truck on the side of the road with a burned out cab. That's about how eventful the drive was today. Oh, and more smoke in Flagstaff from the Sedona fire.
We landed in Gallup at about 4:30 (after the 1 hour time change). We headed right downtown to shop because I had read ...
... rock and roll. We need a fuel stop first up and this is where at 9am we hear what will be the quote of the day, if not the quote of the trip. The lady in the gas station - American Mid West Accent - "Did y'all drive all the way from Australia? ........Yep she was serious.!!! This gas station was nothing out of the ordinary but when Glenn starts walking around taking photos, he does rouse the suspicion of the locals. Particularly the driver of the ...
... in the mood for cooking we went to a restaurant called The Ranch Kitchen. It was a Route 66 type place that had a statue of two blue horses out front. Gary, Dulcey and Ben got enchiladas while Zach and Mattias were not willing to be that adventurous. The RV park was also right off Route 66. It was called the USA RV Park and it was very Route 66 themed. We liked that the bathrooms were clean so we all took showers and crashed around 11 ...
... were fulfilling a plan they had set up on Kickstarter, taking Polaroid photos across the country. You can look them up at www.HeyImOverHere.com.
In Adrian, TX, we made a lunch stop for sandwiches at the MidPoint Cafe. Situated half-way between Chicago and Los Angeles, this is a requirement for all Route 66 travelers (even for us wannabes). The food was good, sandwiches and chips, the gift shop well stocked ...
... this one has been a bit tricky, as most of what we've heard for the last few days has been country and western, godly sermons, or mariachi music, none of which we've much time for. But we've had a chat and we reckon this one has popped out the most. "I met a girl who sang the blues And I asked her for some happy news But she just smiled and turned away I went down to the sacred store Where I'd heard the music years before But the man there said the music wouldn't ...