Gallup Days Inn West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Arrived in Gallup late afternoon - showered and went to dinner at an Applebees downtown.
Met a nice couple from Bristol, UK ( Will & Emily) who have been coming to the States over the last 15 years and have visited about 40 States during that time.
They were off to Monument Valley tomorrow.
I'm off to Flagstaff tomorrow.
... There was a metal fence between the depot and tracks that wasn’t there in the old days. I guess people can’t be trusted these days so they have to put up a fence and gate and monitor the comings and goings. Homeland security and all that stuff, too.
We waited for several minutes for the train to arrive and I looked a little closer at the depot. It still had the Santa Fe logo above the name on the upper wall of the depot. It ...
... reason as us. It's a small world. The car park we were in was right next to an instantly recognisable. It was like stepping onto a movie set. The red building which used to be the Texas School Book stood directly in front of us. There is a window slightly open on the sixth floor where Lee Harvey Oswald took the shots that killed JFK. Or did he?
We arrived just as the museum was opening and there were only a few other people around. We were given ...
... of Indian owned casinos all through Oklahoma and New Mexico. Each tribe has a casino.
Tomorrow we will stay in Yuma, Az and spend the evening with our niece, her husband and their daughter. Beth called today and was almost to the city of Big Sur, spend the night among the Giant ...
... 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 ...