Travel Blogs from Grants
... ate lots of breakfast. Nadine then had to fix two punctures caused by the vicious goat head thorns found on the trail in these parts - we know at least four other cyclists who have suffered from punctures because of them. Since there are two pie cafés in Pie Town, and we'd only visited one yesterday, we decided to have lunch at the other - The Pie-o-neer - in the form of green chilli stew and cherry pie. We spent every last penny from our wallets in there since ...
... We drove through extensive lava fields, in fact they built the freeway right through some passing Grants! I felt we were back in Hawaii as the lava in spots looks black and spikey just like Hawaii; other areas it looks like it flowed and then great pieces got heaved up. Interesting. The volunteer visitor centre lady had very little information to share, didn’t know what was down the road, as she said “I just drive here and then I go ...
... put us back onto the main tunnel. We found Xenolith Cave was easier to navigate compared to Junction but it was slower because most of the time we were on our stomach going through extremely narrow channels. When I say narrow I mean circumference of kitchen trash bin narrow. While in the narrow parts of the cave, we had enough room to breathe but that was about it, mobility was a big issue. We got several hundred feet farther and there was semi-large drop off. It was about 6 ...
... windows overlooking the red rock formations right outside the back yard. We had one wing of the house for bedrooms, and each room had it's own bathroom. The kids shared around two rooms and Abe and I took one at the end of the hall. The furnishings were fantastic -- all very comfortable and beautiful. Fiammetta's photographs of the red rocks,, huge in scale, hung on the walls. She had also left a ton of food and drinks for us, which she required that we use (It will go ...
Well of course, the Eldridge's roll into town and they have the hottest temp. on record or close to it! but it is pretty the mountains in the back ground and just to be able to walk out into the desert is just amazing and it looks different at different times of the day its just so pretty.
We went to El Morro and climbed it that was Amazing after we got to the top lol not so much climbing up the side of a mountain in 95+degrees but on top the wind was blowing ...
Other places to stay in Grants
1501 East Santa Fe Ave., Grants | 3 star hotelfrom $76
1504 East Santa Fe Avenue, Grants | 2 star hotelfrom $52
1512 E. Santa Fe Ave, Grants | 3 star hotelfrom $108
1551 E. Santa Fe Ave, Grants | 2 star hotelfrom $83
112 McArthur St, Grants | Hotelfrom $48