Lexington Inn - Holbrook
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Arizona - " The Grand Canyon State".
Holbrook started as a two day stopover to see the Petrified Forest but had to stop for 12 nights. Took truck into get transmission checked and told it needed parts which would take eight days to get from ...
... made it hard, and this petrified wood is supposedly harder than diamonds!
We had planned to spend a couple of hours here, and we ended up spending about 5 hours here. There were many places to see in the park, and we picked out a piece of petrified wood that has been polished at the gift shop. It was more amazing than we originally thought. It's also on the original Route 66, so the kiddos were able to stamp ...
... really hadn't planned on how to feed the kids dinner in Holbrook AZ on a Sunday night. On top of that, Esme lost a tooth earlier that day and we were hoping that the tooth fairy was still keeping tabs on our whereabouts. Esme had two memorable events in store, she ate at her first Denny's (there was even a cowboy wearing spurs at the next table) and she discovered that the tooth fairy can find you when you are sleeping in a concrete Wigwam on old route ...
... It kept playing til we reached "the corner" - what a coincidence!
Then the last leg to Holbrook. A total of 288 miles today. Holbrook has a population of about 5,000 and is at an elevation of 5,080 feet.. Yep we are high! I thought 3550 feet was high between Oatman and Kingman - then we kept going up and up! Plateaued at 5,000 feet for a while - the high plains? Very ...
... thru downtown Holbrook; next door was Butterfield stage co. Steakhouse, which looked great, but we were too early. We carried on to the cross roads where Joe & Aggie's Mexican & American cafe was, a recommendation from our iBook of Route 66. It was open and had local people in it, though the newer restaurant opposite looked far nicer as we passed it to cross over, but we stuck with the original cafe to try out. We kept it light and shared an appetiser, ...