Hampton Inn & Suites Albuquerque - Coors Road
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... Then I drove on to the meteor crater near Winslow, Arizona. Yeah that Winslow, from Take It Easy. I deliberately did not go to Winslow itself because it just seemed too silly. But the meteor crater http://www.meteorcrater.com I really wanted to see. I had tried to visit it on the 1992 trip, but, well, it was closed. Yeah for some reason it was closed. Like Wally World. It was so sad.
But it was open and so I went. It's billed as 'just off' Interstate 40. It was actually six ...
... we'll pass AND to pose with the Muffler Man (tall sculpture outside their shop.)
Back in the car we went driving a FAST 75 mph towards New Mexico! Bry and I were up front, Gracie was in the way back, and Bryan decided to take a nap in the middle. Bry and I AGAIN laughed it up from making fun of billboards, to yelling at his Dad, "Go back to sleep Dad. NO!", misunderstanding the "No Phones" ...
... girl can hope!) Did I mention the wind? It was chilly and windy, so we decided we would take our picnic home and have it for dinner.
We headed through town and decided to try the Frontier Restaurant, which Sonja had also recommended as a fun place to eat. We really enjoyed the experience. The food was good and very reasonable (which always makes George ...
... of trading posts with Navajo and Hopi artifacts, petrified wood, rocks and dinosaur sculptures.
Holbrook was well known to Route 66 travellers as the home of the Wigwam Village Hotel. This was one of seven such villages ranging from Kentucky to San Bernandino. Each individual room is a teepee and has two beds and a bathroom inside. In Holbrook there are vintage cars parked outside each wigwam. This was our last Route 66 stop in Arizona.
The topography changed a ...
So we headed out early for home. We took a different route back, going through Flagstaff, AZ so we could visit the meteor crater outside of Winslow, AZ. We actually followed the Colorado River more with this route which weaves its way through the rock way below.
Once you move out of canyon country and start heading east on Hwy 40, the surrounding ...