Hampton Inn Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... not attaining Interstate speeds, was much calmer. I will repeat this numerous times throughout this blog but it is amazing how much of America can be traversed on nearly empty roads.
The roads are so sparsely traffic'ed at times that when we do approach an urban center and the traffic increases I kinda feel offended. Hey bud, get off my road, I was enjoying the solace. Also when the roads fill with cars you find out how terrible 'merican drivers are. No clue on signal ...
Texas was so great we didn't even realise we had crossed the boarder into New Mexico and we were some how on the historical route 66. What an awesome surprise. We found a great little camping ground right on route 66 in a small town call Santa Rosa. So we parked up for the night, opened a bottle of wine and soaked up the New Mexico desert that surrounded us.
It poured with rain during the night and had a thunder storm to ...
What a beautiful morning. It was a warm night but the morning air is refreshing. It's still dark as we don our sneakers for a morning walk. By the time we are all set to go the sun is beginning to light up the ridge on the opposite side of the canyon. It's so peaceful and quiet. The only other sign of life we see is a young deer in amongst the bushes. We walk for about 40 minutes on the road and through the bush paths and watch as the sun reveals more ...
... thinking about camping but were afraid of lighting. Then we went to our hotel and went into the pool. That was the last pool we went to on this road trip. I can't believe our trip is almost over! Then we went to our room and watched a movie that we have been wanting to watch all summer long. It is called Teen Beach Movie. Good ...
... the clothing belonged to them. There were a lot of signs down but most of the damage was not within our view.
Eventually the sun came out and it warmed up and we proceeded west through Oklahoma. The land is very flat and you can see forever. The west side of Oklahoma is crop fields, cattle, oil wells all coexisting in apparent harmony with a wind farm. Or perhaps it was multiple wind farms, because they went on ...