Days Inn and Suites Red Rock Gallup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... reason as us. It's a small world. The car park we were in was right next to an instantly recognisable. It was like stepping onto a movie set. The red building which used to be the Texas School Book stood directly in front of us. There is a window slightly open on the sixth floor where Lee Harvey Oswald took the shots that killed JFK. Or did he?
We arrived just as the museum was opening and there were only a few other people around. We were given ...
... then driving to San Diego Friday morning. Where does she get all that energy??
Supposed to get down in the 30's this evening. We saw on the weather channel that we just missed some bad storms that went through areas that we had just traveled. Phew!
Time to hit the sack! Goodnight!
... back to the visitor centre and, encouraged by a knowledgeable ranger, we headed up the rock to view the ruins. Whew – still not acclimatized – exercise at over 7,000 feet makes it really hard to get your breath. The climb was well worth it – the top of the sandstone rock is multi-coloured, and over and above that, the views are amazing! There is a centre canyon that we hiked all around (the top is ...
... jewelry shopping in Gallup was better and cheaper then Santa Fe. I will say that they had some awesome stuff, but the downtown area was a little sketchy. Everything had bars on the windows and there were interesting characters walking around. I almost bought some Turquoise jewelry but whose to say it was real.. when the guy says 'you have to trust me', it made me not. So we left empty handed.
On the way to New Mexico we saw about 1,000 signs for ...
I woke up this cold morning, left Sedona and set off for the Petrified National Forest in Eastern Arizona. Upon arrival I wasn't impressed. Much of the petrified wood that existed here at one time has been lifted throughout the years. The park is pretty much another version of the Badlands. I heard that the place can be much more vibrant based on the angle of the sun and can look totally different at dawn or ...