Hampton Inn And 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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... 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 ...
... the second spot they have been placed in! Tourists are encouraged to spray graffiti on the cars and we had come armed with a can of spray paint we got at Home Depot yesterday. So we duly made our mark on a couple of cars, only to have some smart ***** kid spray right over it! Little prick! I was itching to kick his ****! We pushed on following the old Route 66 road rather than the Interstate and came across a couple of ...
... where the motto is "Charm of Yesterday; Convenience of Tomorrow". Each room is named after a 1930's, 40's or 50's movie star who stayed at the hotel. Apparently, Gallup and surrounding area was the setting for many a Western movie. The walls are adorned with photos of the stars all thanking the patron, Armand Ortega, for his hospitality. The rooms are small, the walls are thin & ...
... stars who stayed there including John Wayne, Lucy and Desi, Mae West, and Audrey Hepburn. The food was good, the beer was cold.
Lastly, we had to do one casino on the trip. We hit the Fire Rock and stayed only a few minutes. It was super crowded and wasn't paying very well until I won a little just before we left. Beth spent $7, which is a lot for her to spend on gambling ;-)
Tomorrow, we hope to get up early and head to Santa Fe!! Yeah!
I woke up this cold morning, left Sedona and set off for the Petrified National Forest in Eastern Arizona. Upon arrival I wasn't impressed. Much of the petrified wood that existed here at one time has been lifted throughout the years. The park is pretty much another version of the Badlands. I heard that the place can be much more vibrant based on the angle of the sun and can look totally different at dawn or ...