Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Las Vegas
Travel Blogs from Las Vegas
... been to Santa Fe, that I can remember (I usually add the clause "that I can remember" because I have the feeling there's a lot I have forgotten) I do have the feeling I have been to Santa Fe before though...just like that campground in Arkansas. Hot Springs national park. From the stream, to the amphitheater, to the bridge, to the path, to the tree I heard whispers- "you've seen me before, you know this place...remember" when I talked to my mom she said nope we had never been ...
... Roosevelt and Lincoln. Perhaps, after a couple of millenia the faces at Rushmore will be sufficiently worn away and, perhaps, people will be as vague about who Washington Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln were as most of us are about the Buddhas of Bamiyan. Perhaps they would then feel outraged if the presidential quartet were dynamited, but nobody alive now and in their right mind could disagree: the Mount must go. Where’s the Taliban when you need them?
... Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill Cody. There is a walking tour of the town but most sites we were able to drive by when we drove down route 21.
We headed down scenic byway 21 right pass the Philmont Boy Scout Camp. This is an amazing stop and we spent a lot of time here. I really did not know much about this Camp but it is amazing. First we drove by a ranch with horses, cattle and antelope. Tents, buildings and training centers are in this ...
... little character. Again, our habit continues of picking faux cities in which to rest.
A day and a half on the road and little of interest, but today we experienced some real excitement. First was a stop at the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton, Okla. The museum is a collection of old clippings, old cars and old motel signs – pretty much what you might expect. Ray was there for about ten minutes. One item that caught his eye: a photograph of the first ...
... 1838, in one form or another, many of them detrimental to the Indians' way of life. Indians inhabited the area for thousands of years before several groups of Pueblo Indians banded together to build the Pueblo, about the time that agriculture began to stabilize populations in one place. A society of approximately 2,000 lived together peacefully, worshiping in their own way for another 150 years until the Spanish came and colonized them. Until ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking