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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sellers selling art and jewellery (bizarrely they take credit cards). We also saw what was the oldest government building in the US and also the oldest church in the US too. A magnificent site. The most unusual thing about Santa Fe was that the day before we managed to get sun burnt due to the blazing heat. In the morning the next day, it had SNOWED! Insane. It is a really high altitude though and located fairly near to a ski resort. At night ...
... stop. It's known as the Gateway to Indian country. Checking out first the famous El Rancho hotel where all the stars stay. Certainly a luxurious place to stay, Took a look at the corridor where the stars have stayed, with all their names above the room doors, along with the extensive photo gallery and autographs around the walls. We decided to look for somewhere more local to eat, just up the route was Glenn's Bakery which looked just the scoff stop. It was busy and ...
... towns are pretty small.
When we arrived at our digs for the night (Best Western Arizonian Inn, Holbrook) we asked the receptionist what there was to do that evening. Her response was one word "DRINK". ERM... ok, we were planning on an early night anyhow!!
We popped to Denny's for dinner then watched telly in our room before turning into for the night. It was a lovely day of scenic driving, but we probably wouldn't visit Holbrook again!!!
... rusting and cars in disrepair. You can get a motel here for as little as $26 per night if you're game to stay in it. After driving over the border into Arizona the landscape changes and becomes flatter and more scrubby with the large pipe cacti arriving en mass. Extraordinary how there are none in New Mexico. We left the highway soon after and drove into the lower reaches of the Painted Desert. Out of the flat countryside ...
... with their signed pictures. The hotel announces itself as having "the charm of yesterday, the convenience of tomorrow" and the interior backs up that claim. A very ornate interior that somehow combines both Wild West saloon with top-class hotel, it is most certainly unique!
Our stopover for the night was in Holbrook, AZ, before which we were going to head to the Painted Desert and Petrified Forest national parks. However, the weather was rather cloudy ...