La Quinta Inn & Suites Gallup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... t imagine living in Gallup for that length of time, but I guess it has been good for him.
Since we found out he was from here, Cheryl asked if there was a good place he could recommend for authentic Indian craft items since we had seen so many of the places. He paused for a minute and told us that the “Arabians” owned most of the shops that were around here. He said he couldn’t say for sure where all of their wares came from and ...
... powerful man.
The next part of the exhibit goes into detail about the reaction of America to the shooting, and ultimately the death of the President. It also tells the story of the death of Lee Harvey Oswald, shot in the stomach by nightclub owner Jack Ruby. At the time, Oswald was leaving a police station and the handcuffs he was wearing at the time are on display at the museum. Some of the exhibits include the hat Jack Ruby was wearing when he shot ...
... and saw many hundreds of them. Apparently this is one of the biggest providers of wind energy in the US. There was also a huge cattle feedlot we passed that contained many thousand head of Friesian steers - again the biggest I have ever seen! After stopping at a truck stop that had a magnificent collection of restored cars and memorabilia, and another small place that had a few cars for sale (which made Greg mutter on ...
... sweet. A picnic in the Petrofied Forest is the day's highlight with its stunning vistas of red rock peaks and pillars. The New Mexico Welcome Centre is an architectural sight in itself, complete with the usual racks of brochures as well as some high-tech interactive displays all tastefully appointed with a terrific collection of Navajo pottery, rugs and sculptures. On to our Gallup hotel, ...
... a 20 min return trip to the ice cave. Solid ice inside a deep cavern down some steep stairs. Hard to believe anything could stay frozen with the heat outside but the lava stone must be insulating it. We next walked the 40 min return trip up to the rim of the small volcano - over black sand and uneven black lava rocks - climbing to just over 150ft. We saw the hollowed out crater of the now dormant volcano, and the hard black remains of the lava flow that ...