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Front desk was very nice. Rooms are clean...older hotel but nice.
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Today was a very long travel day. We left Grants, NM at 9:00 a.m. and arrived in Bakersfield at 8:30 p.m.! We did little sightseeing as there isn't much to see along I-40 through AZ.
This was the most boring part of the trip so far. I got tired of seeing dry brown grass, hundreds of pinyon trees and red rock. We did go on Rt. …
Today was a long day in the car. We drove off Interstate 40 to Route 66. Wow, talk about deserted and being in a time warp! It is amazing how businesses actually exist on this highway. We went to a museum which Rich really enjoyed. It the was most reasonably priced entrance....$4.00 @!
We certainly chose the right time to …
... and then dropped relentlessly. We finally made it to Pie Town at 13:20, enough time to plough through two slices of pie, coke and lots of coffee. We're staying at The Toaster House hostel tonight: a free hostel for cyclists with beds, kitchen, washing machine and a deck outside with makeshift sofas - it's a pretty cool place to chill out, and it's amazing that people have gone to so much trouble to set it up purely out of the kindness of their hearts. Matt's pannier ripped ...
... 6 pm was closed by 8 pm when we went to eat! Just too few people around I guess. We went to Denny’s a stone’s throw away, and had a surprisingly good dinner; I had cob salad and Rolando had chicken/prime rib fajitas. Our room is great, really big, with renovated bathroom and new furnishings. First room though was 76F when we put on the air-con, and when we came back from a short excursion it had gained 2 degrees! We moved to the room next ...
... minutes and then we turned around and began our exit of the junction Cave.
As mentioned earlier there were only two caves we could access due to having an RV. The second one was called Xenolith Cave and it was .7 miles away from Junction Cave. We made the small hike over and noticed there was actually a third cave called Bat Cave. Not even kidding, Diana and I saw the Bat Cave! Sadly, no one is allowed into the bat cave in an effort to preserve the active habitat for ...