Hampton Inn Gallup-West
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... the Indian heart land. For us however, Gallup was an overnight stop only so we do not have much to say about Gallup itself. The trip there however was incredible.
The landscape formations of rock were ongoing for many miles followed by patches of oil pumps and cranes then nothingness then mountains with very little greenery. The small towns that sat either side of old route 66 were mostly vacated and now almost ruins. We ...
... designed by master architect Mary Colter, was connected to the west wing of the depot. The hotel portion of the depot officially opened in 1923, with local Navajo singers and “medicine men” giving a performance to celebrate the opening. Much of the hotel portion of the depot was demolished in 1957 to widen U.S. Route 66.
The city of Gallup renovated the depot in 1996 in order to preserve it. This measure was successful, and the ...
... was a section of exhibits from the 22nd November 1963, the day of the assassination. It showed videos of JFK arriving at Love Field Airport in Dallas and being greeted by thousands of people who lined the streets to welcome the presidential party.
Turning the corner we were right in front the snipers nest. The very spot where Lee Harvey Oswald shot the President, if you believe the official version. The area is sealed off with glass panels but you can ...
... beautiful! Hope my photos turned out.
There is a Navaho Museum (run by the natives) in Window Rock, and we stopped in on our way back to Gallup, but it had just closed. Rats! Oh well, can’t see it all I guess, but we’re giving it a pretty good try. Tomorrow we’ll head off to Canyon De Chelly (pronounced “de Shay”). Expecting that one to be a long visit, but who knows? Expect the ...
Made the most of the great free brekky at the Sleep Inn in Amarillo - then set out for a longish drive, hoping to make Albuquerque tonight ready to head north for Monument Valley. We stopped just outside of the city to have a look at "Cadillac Ranch" which is 10 Cadillacs stuck nose first into the red dirt in some guys ranch! The cars are at a 45 degree angle, apparently the same as the Pyramids - very schmaltzy stuff, and ...