Holbrook Gateway Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Germans were in the next booth scoffing away, they sure can put it away, but then there is extra room in those overhanging bellies. Once full of appetisers we went back to our hotel room, noting by the noise that we were alongside the railroad. Once back showered and relaxed for the evening, Andy watched his Netflix while I finished my blog and added all the rest of the photos and videos for the last couple of days antics. It was nice to have an early night for a ...
... told him I had a present for him when I got back. He sounded really excited to see what it is.</li><li>I had to get another bag of ice $4.</li><li>I bought tortillas, chile, and meat from a street vender close to the Petrified Forest National Park I spent $26.36 on the ...
... however. The crater is absolutely massive and yet it is so hard to tell even in person. It is 550 feet deep and it is amazing that a meteor only 150 feet wide could create a crater with a 2.5 mile circumference. We did walk part of the upper rim, but it was hot and our hunger was getting the best of us. So it was off to find some food, at Carl’s Jr of course, and then to relax at our next campground in preparation for more hiking tomorrow at Petrified ...
... Indian legends as "fire rock" that buried the fields of Indian ancestors.
Shuttling on further we passed the Continental Divide and stopped at a Denny's, near an oil refinery, at milepost 48. Breakfast was a bacon lovers BLT with onion rings and the obligatory cup of coffee.
After breakfast we headed over to the gas station to fill the tank for the rest of the journey and for ten minuets waited in line behind Mr and Mrs Dumb Ass who had managed to lock their keys ...
... Jackrabbit - 5 miles"), you were itching to find out what the fuss was about. The place itself has a large and very iconic sign with a picture of a Jackrabbit and the words "IT'S HERE!". The place itself is fairly simple and was closed by the time we got there, so we took each other's photos on the large plastic jackrabbit outside (terribly cheesy!) and, as the light was fading fast, started back for Holbrook.
That's when we encountered the ...