Rodeway Inn Gallup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and crafts, along with the obligatory "Made in China" tourist driven souvenir items. I wanted to get a DQ but the line wasn’t moving very fast and there were several people in front of me so we just moved on quickly from there.
There were a few long downgrades that allowed quite a nice view of the area ahead of us. It was quite vast and uninviting. We were starting to see more mesas along the horizon and even a few mountain ranges. Soon we ...
So after Moab, we headed to Arches National park where we spent the afternoon looking at this incredible place, doing a little hiking and generally being awestruck tourists. We took about 135 pictures of which a fraction is included here.
Stopped at the Ute Casino and Resort for lunch where we've been before and endured a ...
... We were up sharp in the morning as we were going horse riding at a place called Los Cedros Ranch, roughly half an hour away from the motel. I must admit I was a but nervous about it as I hadn't been on a horse since I was a kid. As if to set the scene for my impending doom there was actual tumbleweed blowing about on the road. We thought it might had been cancelled as the wind was very bad. We met Phyllis and her assistant Kendra as they were saddling up the ...
... like we were in Mexico in Puerto Vallarta with all the jewellery sellers going from table to table showing their wares. Again, expect the unexpected!
After lunch, off to the Hubbell Trading Post in Ganado, past Widow Rock. Mr. Hubbell established the post in the 1870’s, making this the oldest continually operating trading post in the Navajo Nation and it still is a general store, filled with hardware, medicines ...
... br> Our first stop was in the suburbs of Albuquerque at a local Twisters fast food outlet. The reason for visiting this inconspicuous little place was that it was used as a location for the hit TV series 'Breaking Bad’. Walter White (the chemistry teacher come crystal meth cook) had regular meeting with the drug overlord Gus Fring. Gus used his chain of fast food outlets ‘Los Pollos ...