Econo Lodge Old Town
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... has seen more people move in and renovate (it includes a petting zoo with a llama!), it doesn't fall into the category of a ghost town, because people live there and it's not been completely abandoned. After visiting Cerrillos, we went to the small town (when I say small town, all of the buildings were along about 100m worth of the same stretch of road) of Madrid, although not the same pronunciation of ...
... We viewed 2 movies, had a tour and visited their museum. The crater is out in the middle of what is now a ranch of several hundred acres, called the Bar T Bar. They have teamed with the Benzinger Family to make this a wonderful experience for all to see. This crater is the largest in the US and the best preserved in the world. Many scientists, astronauts and geologists come to study this site. The crater crashed to earth ...
Driven to day: 299 km
Driven to date: 5024 km
We drove from Tucumcari to Albuquerque today, and what a drive. The scenery was desert scrubland at the beginning, then changed to desert forest as we started climbing and climbing. We eventually reached 7139 feet and then started descending into the Albuquerque valley, about 6500 feet. The views from some of the peaks were incredible. As if that wasn't enough ...
... back we saw a beautiful rainbow stretched all the way across the sky. It was amazing! We got out to get pictures, then continued our drive. We also saw a field full of pretty yellow flowers. By this time we were all quite tired, and began to get slap-happy. I have been forbidden to give many details about what all happened, but I can say that it involved singing, humming, and"ha-ing" (singing songs using only the word "ha"). We also recorded ...
... on the road to Kayenta. Then, the wind picked up to apocalyptic proportions, the wind threw up the sand as well and we crawled along the road, trying not to let the bikes get out of control. We made many regular stops as keeping the bikes upright was pretty nakering. After a good few hours we arrived at our pretty nice looking hotel in Kayenta. Quick food here and an early night before heading ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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