Days Inn and Suites Red Rock Gallup
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... bottom, and if you built stands along the sides, host 2 million people. Meteor Crater is one of those things you wouldn't go to Arizona for, but since we were there . . . . It's nice to have seen it.
A bit farther east along the I-40, we saw a sign for the National Petrified Forest & Painted Desert. Lulu had read something about ...
We're staying at U.S. RV Park in Gallup for the next week. We lived here for 3 years and have returned many times over the years visiting friends or passing through on our way to places beyond. We wanted to visit Zuni, where we used to buy jewelry in the village. But first, we stopped to visit Joe Milosevich, one of Harlan’s former students, who owns Joe Milo’s Trading Post. Joe purchased it from the Foutz family and ...
... any old logs they are 225 million years old from the Triassic dinosaur period and were fossilised. The painted desert is also there with the most beautiful coloured rock formations. - can't write all about it now you'll have to Wiki it. Then over the border into Gallup, New Mexico - a real Indian town with an Indian Casino, however it's really quite run down and not very nice - just rows of really bad looking motels, ...
... Harvey House formerly in this park. The Painted Desert Inn is a National Historic Landmark and has been preserved to showcase some of the features of the Harvey House. Below is part of his story. "In the 1880s West, railroad travel was no joyride. The comfort of passengers was not a high priority. The food served in restaurants near train depots was dreadful. Some restaurant owners ran a scam with train crews. Customers paid up front, but, lo and behold, just as their ...
Woke up and the rain had gone yey! Still only about 25 degrees so I was feeling a bit chilly. Only had to do about 100 miles today so just took it easy up the road. Stopped off in Grants and visited a mining museum. Sounds boring but was actually pretty cool. We went down into a mock up of a mine and it explained about each room and what they did there. Most of the area we drive through seems to be owed by Native ...