Days Inn & Suites Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Texas was so great we didn't even realise we had crossed the boarder into New Mexico and we were some how on the historical route 66. What an awesome surprise. We found a great little camping ground right on route 66 in a small town call Santa Rosa. So we parked up for the night, opened a bottle of wine and soaked up the New Mexico desert that surrounded us.
It poured with rain during the night and had a thunder storm to ...
... appears to once have been a KOA. It had a small restaurant in the back which we had dinner at.
The town of Santa Rosa seemed to be at one time a bustling Route 66 town but the interstate system obviously hurt the area. It's very quaint, laid back town. Even McDonald's doesn't open until 7am.
Today we head for Arizona with a planned stop at Houck then on to Sedona - hopefully without problems with the fires at Sliding Rock.
What a beautiful morning. It was a warm night but the morning air is refreshing. It's still dark as we don our sneakers for a morning walk. By the time we are all set to go the sun is beginning to light up the ridge on the opposite side of the canyon. It's so peaceful and quiet. The only other sign of life we see is a young deer in amongst the bushes. We walk for about 40 minutes on the road and through the bush paths and watch as the sun reveals more ...
Last nights bug hunt in the dark and the significance of the day, we decided to take today easy. We got up a couple of hours later than we have a set off out of Amarillo, it wasnt long before we stopped off at another car sight, the Cadillac ranch. A surprising number of people were there spray painting the art installation. Since our first day on Route66 we've seen an old couple riding a trike, no matter were we see them they seem to be ahead of us. At ...
... to look for tornado damage heading out of town, but the rain obscured the view. About half an hour down the road, the rain let up and we were able to see evidence of the storms from last Friday. First we saw a lot of debris by the road…parts of road signs and billboards and in the bushes we saw clothing and other stuff we did not identify. And just beyond the trees were 2 buildings that had been reduced to ...