Days Inn & Suites Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Must be Indian territory since there's a million billboards advertising, booze, fireworks, indian jewelry, moccasins, you name it. I thought Lady Bird Johnson cleaned up the nation's interstate highways by having all the billboards removed, but not along this route. AND, it's funny that they advertise for miles the unique, "must stop", ...
As we were getting ready to leave Albuquerque, we hit up Filiberto’s one last time, decided to kill time by seeing a movie, although finding the theater was a pain in the ass thanks to google maps and our GPS, and then continued on to our campground for the night. Now I want to watch the series again. Thank you free Wi-Fi and Netflix!
On tomorrow’s agenda we have Cadillac Ranch, Tower Conoco and U-Drop Inn, and Texola Ghost ...
After leaving Bowie we continued north on 287 to I-40 seeing bits and pieces of Route 66.
We ran into very severe weather just inside New Mexico. The cross wind was so bad that I had to reduce our speed down to 40mph. It was literally raining sideways pushing rain in through the side windows of the camper. I've never driven in such a strong cross wind and care not to ever again.
The Santa Rosa campground is nice but a bit ...
... pay by putting your money in the box at the notice board. We have a nice spot and settle in for a drink or 2 at the sheltered outdoor table before dinner. It's not long until the mossies arrive so we retreat inside. After dinner it's photo time, a bit of planning for tomorrow before bed. Just for something completely different tonight we sleep with the air conditioner on but also the sound of rain on the roof. It makes a very pleasant change. Goodnight Harvey ...
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Uniquely American, I would say.
Back on I-40/Route 66, finally entered the Land of Enchantment, the state of New Mexico. Our stop for the night was Santa Rosa, a town that has 21 motels and no restaurants. But it does have the Blue Hole. A ...