Magnuson Hotel Adobe Holbrook
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsMagnuson Hotel Adobe Holbrook
Staff are friendly, rooms very basic - needs a bit more care & upkeep but it'll do for a nice stay over.
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Woke 7.30pm, to having to sort photos out on ipad, we had reached maximum storage and had to transfer all photos over to icloud to make room for more photos for the blog. Left at 9.30am to go look for A1A Breaking Bad Walt's car wash, Andy had found octopus car wash on the map. He also put the wrong snow heights in the sat nav so we went miles in …
... 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 ...
... think that would contain a mountain lion which might explain why the one of the owners was attacked twice by mountain lions and bitten by a poisonous gila monster. The property was huge and had several crumbling buildings, I am sure at some point this was a really cool attraction. One thing we did not get to see because we found out about it after the fact was the Apache death cave. Apparently it was where 42 Apache perished and it was also turned into ...
... considerably more, looking much more beautiful and costing many thousands of dollars!
It was mid-afternoon and mum had the starting of a headache, so we jumped back in the car and proceeded on down the highway towards Holbrook.
Holbrook is a small city in Navajo county Arizona, most famous for the meteorite which fell close by in 1912. After the appearance of a smoke trail in the sky on July 19, 1912, a meteorite with an estimated mass of 190 kilograms ...
... 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!!