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Another century ride! I found this one, 108 miles, harder than the 115 miles across the Mojave Desert; find out why below. I averaged 19.4mph, only a tenth less than the desert stage, I can almost hear the murmurs of doubt so let me say this one was most definitely not wind assisted and I was not riding and slip-streaming with my …
... I've heard people talk about online. While I looked around in there, Joe headed next door to the BestBuy tech heaven. I found the prices in the Michaels shop to be on par with our Aussie ones so decided to leave my purchases for better deals found online. We eventually found the Los Amigos restaurant further down the road - hidden behind a fence. We had driven by it twice already! We very much enjoyed the ordered Tostadas and Quesadillas before returning to the ...
We remain on Interstate 40 across the Southwest, today traveling from Amarillo to Tucumcari. While we said at the outset of the trip we would take side roads so we could see more of life in America, around here would not be a good idea. First, there are no side roads. Second there's no doubt the sights would be any better even 100 miles north of south than the route we've been on.
We packed up from our stay in Amarillo and hit the road ...
Crossing into New Mexico after the midway point, our first night was in Tucumcari at the Blue Swallow Motel, another Route 66 neon-signed classic. That evening we are Mexican at the Pow Wow restaurant and got an early night after a long days driving. We were also one more hour behind after crossing into another time zone: mountain time! The next morning, we set off in the direction of Albuquerque and stopped in Santa Rosa to see the Blue Hole; a deep pool of clear water that can ...
... half buried and set out in a row which can be painted or sprayed by visitors. Then on to Palo Duro canyon which is a smaller Grand Canyon where we saw a deer and at least 6 tarantula spiders on the road. Then drove out of Texas and into New Mexico via the halfway town of Adrian on to Tucumcari and the Route 66 Motel. We have also crossed a time zone so we are 7 hours behind ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed