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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Grants
Front desk was very nice. Rooms are clean...older hotel but nice.
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... dinners ordered from a menu and delivered to your site. How cool is that -- no cooking or washing dishes for me here! This whole area is pretty much a lava field formed by volcanic forces some 115,000 years ago -- there is an interesting trail around the campground through all the lava chunks (and sagebrush!). Today we spent some time in the New Mexico Mining Museum, with exhibits chronicling the ...
We shifted around our itinerary a bit and mom made the suggestion to go to the Bandera Volcano & Ice Cave. We weren't sure how this stop would be, but we ended up enjoying it thoroughly. The couple that run the site were absolutely ...
... Agustin Plains fringed up ahead by mountains. Triangular volcanic peaks grew out of the mist that hung on the basin floor and rose into pink tinged clouds. It was incredibly beautiful. From here, we rode up the steep sided, craggy and brightly colored La Jolla Canyon where we stopped for lunch, with the sound of the birds of prey echoing off the canyon walls. The easy angled climb continued through forest across three crossings of the Continental Divide to 7,670 feet. We ...
... including coats, vests - a huge store. They had four huge pieces underway on huge looms – at least 4 feet wide. We bought a few flat pieces and had a pee break. Then we had a long long ride along the interstates bypassing both Santa Fe and Albuquerque to Grants. Grants is somewhat like Green River with lots of closed, dilapidated buildings. Used to be a uranium mining town, but that died out. It is on historical Route 66. Really, there isn't ...
... to us arriving there early so we didn’t feel rushed but even so, we were only there for about 2 hours. We departed and set our sights on the KOA but knew we would be stopping a few times for lunch and what not. It took us about 2 hours to drive from Holbrook, Arizona to Grants, New Mexico. We checked into our RV campground but we didn’t stay long because we wanted to check out El Malpis National Park. We actually had this on the agenda for tomorrow but since we had been ...