Econo Lodge Tucumcari
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Montana Mikes. I stopped there for dinner about six years ago on one of my motorcycle rides. I also picked up a t-shirt that I really liked and I wanted to get another one. We found the place and parked nearby in a large motel parking lot. I walked over to the place and asked if they still sold t-shirts. No, was the answer. Seems the new owner has decided not to bother. What? I drove all the way from California to get a shirt and you don’t ...
... would start again! Well it did and the rest of our trip today was most enjoyable. Went to several 66 museums where Lee continues to pick up stickers for the checker's windows. When we hit Texas and the sun was shinning and we had to stop at the Cadillac Ranch and walk back to see the cars, I will try and post a picture.The highlight of the day for me and I think Lee cause he found ...
... known as Sands-Dorsey Drug (fire damaged and vacant)
In fact only a couple of historic buildings in downtown Tucumcari are still occupied and intact; the Rock Island-Southern Pacific Train Depot (Built ...
... seriously that 'Red or Green?' is even apparently the official state question. (As an aside the word 'Chili' is reserved for a spicy meat and bean stew dish).
So we decided to go native and have our first taste of New Mexican cuisine (asking for Christmas, of course) and subsequently decided that we both preferred red chile, so at least we got that important issue sorted!! With our tummies filled we retired to bed for some much-needed sleep.
... Information Center on the border, and collected maps and brochures of the state. Dolly had noticed a car museum along the way and we spent a little time there and thoroughly enjoyed the free museum and hospitality of Russell's Truck Stop. While at the Truck Stop/Museum, we again saw the German couple.
Dolly spotted an RV park in Tucumcari that had all of the basic creature comforts we were looking for. Camping, bathrooms, wifi, ...