Holbrook Gateway Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... motels shaped like teepees that once existed on Route 66. Only three remain including "#6" in Holbrook, AZ.
There's also a tow truck named Tow Mater and a mayor who once was a famous dirt track racing champion. There's a whole plot and everything but if you want to know the rest you'll just have to rent the DVD yourself.
But I'm getting ahead of myself. We were still on I-40 cruising at 70 and enjoying the ever changing scenery ...
... to describe so I would advise to check out the photos of this. It is quite truely stunning. Whats quite annoying is that our guide actually puts it down saying that it isn't that impressive, the guide could not be further wrong! It's honestly breathtaking. I'm worried about how I am going to feel about the Grand Canyon now.
So we've arrived in Holbrook and we are staying in a Wig Wam Motel, time for tea and more sight seeing adventures tomorrow.
... his Harley in. We dried off in the sun around the pool, as the sun started to set we went to change to skip across the road to the supermarket to get fresh supplies. Booze beer run and fruit being the fresh part of our daily needs for the week. On our return we nearly got our ankles attacked by two rat like dogs, which one had a white Mohawk and beard and looked very much like gizmo from the gremlins. We escaped with our goods and went to get changed to go for some grub. ...
<ul><li> I stopped at a gas station before going to the Petrified Forest National Park and I spent $38.20 on gas.</li><li>The Petri fied Forest was really cool I even was able to snag a piece of petrified wood for ,my little brother, Diego.</li><li>I called him when I ...
... seeing the Petrified Forest!
We were assured the spare wheel would be fine for plenty of miles so we ventured back into the car to the other end of Holbrook to see the famous Wigwam Village motel, a series of rooms each built into a concrete wigwam. Looks amazing, but right next to a freight train line and apparently they go by every half hour all through the night, so not the best for a good night's sleep! A very friendly biker called Bill ...