La Quinta Inn Santa Rosa

Address: 2277 Historic Rte 66, Santa Rosa, New Mexico, 88435, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 2277 Historic Rte 66, Santa Rosa.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa

    Day 6, Grand Junction, CO to Santa Rosa, NM

    A travel blog entry by rocket2thekeys on Aug 04, 2015

    1 photo

    ... that effect) right next to each other.

    Well, had I driven far enough? Maybe 400 kms, but they were tough kms! I decided yes! I popped in to inquire about a room and while there was availability they wanted $175.00! I think not! I asked what was up and Durango is a mountain resort town with many lakes nearby, that's what they charge. I moved on.

    About an hour out in a town called Pagosa Springs there was a M'otel 6 next to a Concoco next to a Sonic. The m'otel sign ...

    Route 66

    A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on Jul 01, 2014

    36 photos

    ... and diners once stood are nothing but empty spaces. The iconic road markings have faded, although we were lucky enough to find one how ever it was hardly visible. It was still awesome to drive down the first highway to connect the East coast to the West.

    We drove though a town called Albuquerque, where we found the most amazing diner. Built in 1946 it was originally Sam's 66 service station. They kept the ...

    Amarillo to Santa Rosa

    A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 10, 2013

    9 photos

    ... The RV museum is a good find. It's behind an RV dealership and in a huge shed there is a collection of a dozen types of caravan or motor home that have been restored to their former glory or in some cases they have been so well cared for, they are in original condition. Once again its fascinating to see what has been included in this collection and to read where it has come from. It was easily over an hour spent there and before we left we looked inside ...

    Not a cactus in sight

    A travel blog entry by kieranmurphy on Jun 23, 2013

    8 photos

    ... ranch, it was the same as we arrived they left, safe in the knowledge they'd beat us into New Mexico. I think my photo stops are slowly sending Mat loopy, although I had the good sense not to stop at the massive cattle ranch we passed by, mainly because you could smell the cow **** from 5-6 miles away. We stopped at the Mid-point cafe, apparently on the dead centre of the route to have their recommended pie, so had a slice each of the ugly crust ...

    New Mexico...check

    A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Jun 05, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... apparently whatever is available, all mixed together. And the names of the small towns changed from the Indian sounding names on the east side of Oklahoma, to familiar sounding names on the west. And there were no more casinos.

    Around 10 AM it was like we suddenly passed through a warp. We crossed over to Texas and the crop farms became ranches…the land became scrubby, rutty prairie with cattle. We drove ...