Hat Rock Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHat Rock Inn Mexican Hat
Good sized rooms, great pool, good jacuzzi. Although this place is still being developed you can see they are working hard to build it into a nice base for visiting the local area.
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... backdrop for numerous western movies, ranging from the films of John Wayne to Back to the Future 3 and Forrest Gump. Our tour takes us through the restricted region of Lower Monument Valley for the untouched splendor of Navajo Land. We see the Worlds Largest Elephant Butte and The Three Sister Nuns at John Fords Point. Later we ...
... Will our guide was really knowledgeable both about the rocks, Indian history's and traditions and we learned that although the View was owned by an Indian woman she had married a Spaniard and the money for the hotel had. been accumulated by them ripping the Indians off at their trading posts as opposed to Gouldings which was set up by a pioneer and had always been fair in trading with the Natives. Politics even here in the outback! The opportunity to have ...
... house. Luckily for all he managed to squeeze out a broken side window much to the relief of Milt and family! They don't leave dog food in the porch anymore! We ambled around photographing buildings and then stopping in the recommended coffee shop . The ceiling art with outstretched arms and coffee cups was different and the coffee good as was the apple muffin we shared. Time to move on. We journeyed on on Route G which I had wanted to take as it was a lesser ...
The girls had Fortune cookies with their stir fry meal this evening. Suffice to say that if they are correct, things are NOT set to go downhill soon. We will now walk back to our lodgings, under a canopy of stars the like of which one seldom sees back home, for there is no light pollution here. However, there are coyotes, so here’s hoping we are here to blog tomorrow.
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... native Navajo chant. It was absolutely fantastic and surreal. The sound was incredible the echoes off the cliff walls made it sound enchanting from the beat of his drum. Absolute fantastic to watch and moving. Next we found ourselves racing to the top of a sand dune and back down again which was very fun. After all that adventure and fun john declared it was time for some native Navajo food....Nachos :) He drove us to the camp dining area were we greeted by ...