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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... fast food and chain food outlets, grocery and gas stations. It’s quite a large and busy centre. On information from the hotel that tourists like Earl’s Restaurant, we headed out for a late lunch. The restaurant was fine, the food adequate and inexpensive, and there were tables with native jewellery and a bit of wood carving at the entrance. We didn’t expect that they would come inside to sell too, but they ...
Made the most of the great free brekky at the Sleep Inn in Amarillo - then set out for a longish drive, hoping to make Albuquerque tonight ready to head north for Monument Valley. We stopped just outside of the city to have a look at "Cadillac Ranch" which is 10 Cadillacs stuck nose first into the red dirt in some guys ranch! The cars are at a 45 degree angle, apparently the same as the Pyramids - very schmaltzy stuff, and ...
... Hotel and Restaurant. If someone tried that hard to get our attention, we thought we'd check it out. This was the highlight of Gallup for sure. It's like you step back in time. It was build in 1937 and they claim that tons of stars stayed there while filming in the area. The lobby looked like it hasn't changed since it opened, a player piano was cranking out some tunes and the furniture looked authentic to the period. Upstairs, they had pictures of ...
... Arizona ....quote from an Eagles song. Headed into Flagstaff to stay for two nights as we are going to the Grand Canyon tomorrow. Not much talk today, but lots of pictures P.S. We gained another hour...so only 3:43 pm as I write this....now to attach the ...
Westward again, we marveled at the scenery outside our windows, rows of colorful mesas, mountains and vegetation ranging from the short gray-green sagebrush to cacti. There were even tumbleweeds. We stopped for a late, and surprisingly bad Mexican dinner in Albuquerque, then drove on to our final stop, the El Rancho Hotel in Gallup. The teens tried some driving in the dark but the highway-speed rain cut that ...