Los Lunas Inn & Suites
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Monument valley, four corners, Albuquerque (Breaking Bad fever)
On the road again. Gus and I left Williams and headed in a north east direction to the gorgeous monument valley. Along the way we drove through a few desert towns. They are all quite strange. Very poor housing, a lot of Mexican/Spanish and Indian residents. A lot of them (towns) are just not very nice. It's literally like what you see in the movies when they have the small shanty desert towns. You ...
... production of Oklahoma! and after they divorced she married John Steinbeck. Zachery Scott once starred opposite future First Lady Nancy Davis and he has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame which I must attempt to find when I get to Los Angeles. I eat at the hotel restaurant this evening and had chicken fajitas. The temperature today was much more pleasant in the mid to upper 80s most of the day, just topping out at 90F in late ...
... famous for. We drive into the city and start seeing old places with cool signs. We go to the Standard Diner in downtown for our dinner. It's not a real original diner....it's only about 8 years old. But the food is exceptionally good....it's kinda like an upscale fancy diner place. Dinner was superb.
We leave from Standard Diner and head east, checking out the neon as we go. If you do neon here......you're probably a wealthy man. There's ...
... we don't believe there could be anything like our Blue Lake. The Blue Hole is a sink hole and the water is crystal clear, there are gold fish swimming in it and people can swim there too. It's not fenced as such and there are steps to get into it and platforms for jumping in. On a hot day I can imagine it would be very refreshing and very popular. It's still raining but we do manage to get some good photos before the rain gets heavier. Harvey is certainly getting a ...
When a friend recommended the Titanic exhibit as an excursion, I admit I was skeptical. Visions of Kate Winslet and Leo filled my head with cliche ideas of heart-shaped necklaces and cheesy soundtracks. The photographer at the beginning of the exhibit, offering to take our picture on a fake hull of a ship did not help, nor her probing questions of whether we were a couple. Surprisingly, once that obstacle was overcome, the exhibit itself ...