Lexington Inn - Holbrook
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Lexington Inn - Holbrook
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Lexington Inn - Holbrook
Travel Blogs from Holbrook
... the Zuni culture as he helped get the spare tire onto the car.
- After we paid him $100 for helping us with our tire problem, we stopped for gas and food at the Holbrook Chevron.
- After fixing the flat tire, we got gas and food and were on the road again.
- We got gas for $34.74
- Food, water, and snacks costed me $7.35
- Ice costed me ...
... 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 ...
... specialty: hot sauce. Not the stuff you get in Sainsbury's, and a far cry from a bit of sweet chilli sauce. This stuff is home-brew dynamite, made from habaneros and ghost chillies, and a mere sniff is enough to burn the nostrils and explode the tongue. They come in a variety of names, most following a theme: Pain 100%, Colon Cleaner, Ass Reaper, Rectal Revenge...you get the picture!! These are not for the weak-hearted. We bought an Ass Reaper (for Debs to ...
For you 'Breaking Bad' fans out there, you are probably aware that all 5 series were filmed in Albuquerque. We visited the car wash (A1A) where Walter worked part-time, it's actually owned by the Octopus chain....check out the pic!! We also went into the historic old town and visited the square and church which dates back to 1705 when the Portugese founded the city. From here, we set off for Holbrook which ...
... are more purchasable). Once again one of the great reasons to spend a trip with family, all the casual stories that are truly memorable.
We are off on quite a few adventures today: the painted desert, the petrified forest, and the great row of trading posts at Lupton (Andrea asked for a rubber tomahawk and an official Route 66 Bull Whip).
We are off, but just remember "Ain't no punk kid driving Newts' Machine"