Hampton Inn Santa Rosa
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in tact and then it became 66 diner. It was exactly what I pictured a 1950s diner to look like. Full of Elvis memorabilia, booth seating, juke box, waitresses wearing diner dresses and aprons and all the furnishings to go with it. Going to a 1950s diner was always on my American bucket list. I wanted to have a milk shake in a diner that looked like it was straight from the film Grease. That's exactly what we got. Dane ordered ...
... new motor home worth around $400k, it was pure luxury. It was a house on wheels. We then looked in one that was being cleaned ready for sale. It was 7 years old but still in amazing condition. Everything you would need including dishwasher, big flat screen TV, leather seating and a queen size bed. Dream on, Harvey is our champion, we need not look any further. The Big Texan Hotel is next. It's like all things in Texas, its big and not meaning to offend ...
... into our night stop of Santa Rosa easily before 7. People have recommended the lakes, so we'll try and find them maybe in the a.m. We had to ride to a couple of motels rather than booking ahead as I've not had any phone reception since entering New Mexico, hopefully a momentary blip, as we may be diverting off route66 for a day or so to see Monument Valley and it'll mean a few nights in NM. it'll eat up a day or two off the route, but hopefully be worth ...
... Kit Carson. It was in 1864 that Carson forced more than 8,000 Navajos to make the 300 mile Long Walk from Fort Defiance, AZ to the 1,024,000 acre reservation at Fort Sumner. The fort was abandoned in 1868 and the Navajos were returned to their tribal lands which seemed to be most of New Mexico and Arizona (only kidding).
Billy the Kid escaped from jail here and shot his guards in 1881. Three months later Pat ...
... and miles. And the flat land turned to rolling hills…golden fields of grain, green fields of corn, yellow fields of hay, freshly irrigated fields, lots of evergreens, and brick red dirt peeking out of scrubby hillsides. And there were those fences that I found so amusing last year…the ones that are held up by anything and everything…fence posts, crooked tree branches, metal stakes, sticks, boards, broom ...