Americas Best Value Inn - Snowflake
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... colored sandstone and off in the distance were mountains. The whole thing was mind blowing. You could see whole tree trunks, huge logs and zillions of petrified smaller trees and chunks of trees everywhere. The trail took us in, over and amongst them. We saw a small dwelling made of petrified logs dating back to 1030 AD. Still in perfect shape. The forest is a couple million years old and is beautifully colored stone now. Tons of ...
... stop. It's known as the Gateway to Indian country. Checking out first the famous El Rancho hotel where all the stars stay. Certainly a luxurious place to stay, Took a look at the corridor where the stars have stayed, with all their names above the room doors, along with the extensive photo gallery and autographs around the walls. We decided to look for somewhere more local to eat, just up the route was Glenn's Bakery which looked just the scoff stop. It was busy and ...
... appear in front of you, beautiful pinks and whites, greys and browns. River valleys that haven't seen water for a very long time. View points all the way for photos. The road then loops back south over the freeway and into the Petrified Forest. Once more lots of colour but now also fallen trees that have broken up and petrified. It's like granite so hard it's unbelievable this can happen to a tree. We slowly drove the ...
... seeing the Petrified Forest!
We were assured the spare wheel would be fine for plenty of miles so we ventured back into the car to the other end of Holbrook to see the famous Wigwam Village motel, a series of rooms each built into a concrete wigwam. Looks amazing, but right next to a freight train line and apparently they go by every half hour all through the night, so not the best for a good night's sleep! A very friendly biker called Bill ...
... 200 plus mile journey. Once again the landscape changed as very quickly we were driving into the desert. We've taken a pic to show how long and straight the roads are and if you look to the right you will see the 'old' Route 66 running parallel into the distance. We have now clocked over 1700 miles in 6 days but the van just keeps on chugging along! We crossed into Arizona this afternoon and ...