Holbrook Gateway Inn
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... designated stop off for the night. Initially at the intersection it was junk junction and all the big hotels clustered together. Driving through the town it became predominantly Indian trade stores and little motels. We were heading to wigwam village, where the rooms were in teepees. We liked this idea as in Indian territory, you do as the locals do. We pulled up and the Indian lady proprietor was showing a bunch of bikers around, so we asked if we could take a look at ...
... 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 ...
... the Zuni culture as he helped get the spare tire onto the car.
- After we paid him $100 for helping us with our tire problem, we stopped for gas and food at the Holbrook Chevron.
- After fixing the flat tire, we got gas and food and were on the road again.
- We got gas for $34.74
- Food, water, and snacks costed me $7.35
- Ice costed me ...
... channels that looks like cooled and dried lava, but it then changed to very small bumps that made it feel like you were walking on hundreds of golf balls. At some points the cave ceiling was 20 feet high and at other points it was 3.5 feet high. I would venture to say it was one of the coolest stops we have made thus far. The cave eventually comes to a halt about ¾ of a mile into it, and then you have to trek back to the entrance. It was a very cool ...
The last 2 day have been amazing, the riding, roads & the sights, we haven't been able to wipe the grins from our faces. Firstly, the people here just love to talk to us (Aussies) and they are so friendly, plenty of advice of where to go and what to see. The Food - we've eaten enough burritos and enchilada's to fill a small village, plenty of it Ange & I normally share a meal most of the time, everything come with fries, coleslaw, salad, etc....but ...