Hampton Inn & Suites Gallup
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Nice people, clean and was a good place to stay. Would recommend as a place to stay.
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Driving from Las Vegas to Gallup via the i-40 and parts of route 66 that still exist was long with changing landscape.
Our trip today took us from Nevada, through Arizona and into New Mexico. It was a 6 hour drive with a few stops along the way and we were on the road for about 7.5 hours. We arrived 8.5 hours later after we lost an hour when we crossed the state border as well.
Gallup itself is in Navajo country and is ...
... been the same depot, I thought. It was in good shape and had been cared for over the years. The brick platform outside the depot appeared to be original.
The Amtrak stop in Gallup is a two-story stucco station built in 1918 in the Mission Revival architectural style. It was originally constructed to serve as an area headquarters for the Santa Fe Railway, the successor to the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. A Harvey House hotel and restaurant, ...
... took the lift up to the sixth floor. I think an audio tour is a perfect way of seeing this museum as it allows you to be told the full story at your own pace. The tour begins with the story of how JFK rose to become the 35th president of the United States. It goes into detail about his policies and his vision for the future of America. It shows video footage of his inauguration at the Capitol Building in Washington, a place we visit recently. The next part of ...
... then driving to San Diego Friday morning. Where does she get all that energy??
Supposed to get down in the 30's this evening. We saw on the weather channel that we just missed some bad storms that went through areas that we had just traveled. Phew!
Time to hit the sack! Goodnight!
... There is a rug room filled with Navajo weaving (extremely beautiful and expensive) and a room with antique and newer jewellery, pots, baskets, etc. There are stuffed animal heads on the walls and stuff hanging from the rafters in all rooms. We walked around the other buildings: blacksmith shop, barn, corrals. Outside in a courtyard were huge pieces of what appeared to be petrified wood, which bits of now look like ...