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- Continental Breakfast
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TripAdvisor Reviews Knights Inn Holbrook
Travel Blogs from Holbrook
... 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. ...
... of the muddy puddles we already forged across. So naturally we decide to push and rock this giant dead tree which was still somewhat connected to the stump and after much branch breaking and pushing, we move this monster to the side allowing a clear path for us to continue on our awful bumpy and wet journey through the forest with only a few cut up hands.
Finally we reached a real paved road and headed east to Canyon Diablo and 2 Guns which is in ...
We stopped to look around the gift shop at the south exit and I purchased some fossil wood for my collection, then after polishing off an ice cream cone and looking around the ranger station and museum we exited the park.
As we exited the park we could see two roadside rock shops on either side of the road, and stopped to take a look. The first shop we went into contained several very large petrified wood specimens, as big as any modern day large tree stump, ...
... of a small cow, and as if that wasn't enough, was accompanied by a mound of fried potatoes. No way I was finishing all of that! I sheepishly scooped the scrambled eggs and sausage meat from the tortilla and tried to creatively hide the mass of tortilla that was left. Poor effort :-(
Still, it was good preparation for the day. We further topped up with our energy levels by visiting the Route 66 diner, back towards Nob Hill. A real old-fashioned 50's ...
... 200 plus mile journey. Once again the landscape changed as very quickly we were driving into the desert. We've taken a pic to show how long and straight the roads are and if you look to the right you will see the 'old' Route 66 running parallel into the distance. We have now clocked over 1700 miles in 6 days but the van just keeps on chugging along! We crossed into Arizona this afternoon and ...