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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We had less driving today since we were only going ~300 miles so, we had time to see lots of cool stuff on today's trip. First, we made a brief stop at the Jack Rabbit Trading post, where there was the biggest rabbit I've ever seen in my life. He was almost as big as a car. A rabbit this big must have escaped from Texas.
Next we stopped at Wigwam Village in Holbrook, Arizona. They have these ...
... one plate, with a side of starter tasters. My eyes and taste buds wanted much more, but my belly just couldn't cope with anymore. Andy finished off bynsampling all the deserts. Having filled our faces, we waddled back to our room by 7.30pm. Feeling tired out from our early morning rise, I finished off my Blog by 9pm and then Poppy pinged up for a FaceTime chat. After a lovely lengthy chat with her and all our excited banter, I finally go to go to sleep about ...
... by the interstate. However thanks to campaigning from a local business man (barber) over several years the town was eventually signposted several years after the official US66 was declassified. There are several establishments to visit in the small town including the barber’s shop and the famous Snow Cone Café. The town was one of several along the route used as ...
... it might have been closed due to the wind any way). We took a few pictures as we sailed thru town and then hit the DUSTY trail once again. Lots of dust storms in view on this path and even a few funnel-like anomalies. Not a part of the country I'd choose to plant roots, if any roots even do plant. And worse...we tried to imagine what a road trip was like in the original Route 66 days- in an open buggie, with no AC or cruise ...
... get a good photo because it shot off into the scrub when we got closer to it. So in the same day we'd seen a Coyote and now a Roadrunner... my favourite cartoon characters of all time, though the bird in the Looney Tunes cartoon actually looks nothing like the real thing! Cartoon Roadrunner is tall and slim with long neck and legs, and a real Roadrunner is low and squat with short neck and legs, some serious artistic licence at work ...