Lexington Inn - Holbrook
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... before you reach the little town. Laguna - through Rocky Mountains, looked a Deserted village on a mount, not open to tourists. Acoma Pueblo - Haaku museum at base of Mesa to sky city. Famous for having the oldest North American communities, since 1150 AD. Great views of the expanse pliant and Mt. Taylor. Grants - uranium mining, only a museum to visit so not worth the uranium exposure to stop. Reached the 2000 mile mark from when we got the car. Gallup - trotting in for ...
... to an actual British person!!!! Very sweet!!
We followed the route along the train tracks, listening to some proper country music on K9 Country Radio!. One of the trains sounded its horn and made me scream in fright, Mark thought this was HILARIOUS!!!!!!!!
Eventually we crossed the line into Arizona. Arizona is an amazingly beautful place surrounded by mountains and spectacular views. In fairness, there wasn't much else going ...
... desert scenery. We were too busy looking at the sights to take pics. We have postcards for the scapbook......
Then to Painted Desert National Park. Took a couple of pictures there but again was busy watching scenery.
Now we are in Alburquerque NM an will go to Old Town tomorrow and then maybe to Santa Fe. We will see how early we get up and get going.
We will also be stopping at any Rt 66 highlights we see and are interested ...
... Travelodge was Mesa restaurant, an Italian that looks like nothing from the outside but came well recommended on Tripadvisor. We chanced our arm and went in, and were waited on by our third lovely American, Larry, who was exceedingly chatty and helpful. We do like American people! A beer with a delicious dinner helped calm the nerves from the tyre incident and we went to bed in good time in anticipation of an early start towards Flagstaff for our new car tomorrow.
... The Wigwam Motel with vintage cars parked in front of each teepee is still open for business. The teepees are constructed of concrete and steel. Each is 21 feet wide at the base and 28 feet high. Each teepee has hand-made hickory furniture, a sink, toilet, and shower.
Harlan will share his fixer-upper idea....lordy, I'm glad I'm no longer 40 because there's too much work involved in his ideas!!