Holiday Inn Express Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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As we were getting ready to leave Albuquerque, we hit up Filiberto’s one last time, decided to kill time by seeing a movie, although finding the theater was a pain in the ass thanks to google maps and our GPS, and then continued on to our campground for the night. Now I want to watch the series again. Thank you free Wi-Fi and Netflix!
On tomorrow’s agenda we have Cadillac Ranch, Tower Conoco and U-Drop Inn, and Texola Ghost ...
... pay by putting your money in the box at the notice board. We have a nice spot and settle in for a drink or 2 at the sheltered outdoor table before dinner. It's not long until the mossies arrive so we retreat inside. After dinner it's photo time, a bit of planning for tomorrow before bed. Just for something completely different tonight we sleep with the air conditioner on but also the sound of rain on the roof. It makes a very pleasant change. Goodnight Harvey ...
... leaving their contribution.
Uniquely American, I would say.
Back on I-40/Route 66, finally entered the Land of Enchantment, the state of New Mexico. Our stop for the night was Santa Rosa, a town that has 21 motels and no restaurants. But it does have the Blue Hole. A ...
... sign that said Gas, Snacks and Drinks. Darn! Station closed. "No, wait, I'll just check, it looks like the garage door might be open." "Hello?" Open another door, "Hello?, anybody here?" No response convinces me to leave when I am surprised by the appearance of Mary Lou. I'm in this disheveled garage office with what must be eight different head mounts of animals. Mary Lou's husband keeps the local taxidermist in shoes for his kids. The elk head alone must take up a quarter of the ...
... Truckers and drivers in general who show us respect and are concerned enough for our safety to go widely out around us when passing. Dan and Karen in Elephant Butte who invited us over for cold lemonade the moment we arrived. Creative, unique and esoteric people we meet nearly every single day. Circle K and their 79 cent Cold drink cups along with 99 cent 'dogs' of any type. The sound of ice swishing in a cold cup that fits in my bike bottle holder while I'm ...