Rodeway Inn Gallup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... battery pack for charging any USB device. I am starting to look like a travelling electronics store! - more cables, devices and connectors than clothes!
Travelled through some awesome country in New Mexico today - the mountains and the mesa formations are very dramatic. Great scenery.
Stopped at the Contintental Divide in New Mexico for a photo op and to stretch ...
... waiting outside with luggage. Cheryl asked if they were waiting for the train and they said that they were and that the train should be there any minute. Really cool.
We talked to them briefly and they said they were heading to Los Angeles, which was a 12 hour trip. I told them that I used to ride the train and went to San Bernardino as my end stop. They said that is where they were going tonight before heading to Los Angeles. How about ...
I woke up and had eggs and bacon for free then went to Shell to get gas for $44.17. Next stop, the Grand Canyon!
"A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike. And all plans, safeguards, policing, and coercion are fruitless. We find that after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us." - John Steinbeck
... is a fascinating place to go to learn about the work, and ultimately the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. I was talking about this place with Uncle Martin a couple of nights before we left Britain and mentioned that I had hoped we would have enough time to come here. As I was buying a parking ticket from the machine a bloke came up and asked about the parking charges. I recognised his accent immediately. He was from Newcastle and was here for exactly ...
... 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 ...