Magnuson Hotel Adobe Holbrook
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 …
1) There were 3 photos of bombing crews were a girl was in the photo. The volunteer veteran had tracked her down. Here she was the photographer. A young pretty girl whose husband was drafted and she didn't want to sit at home, so she also got involved with the cause. The 3 crews wanted her to put some "looks" into their photo. 2) On one of …
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... is massive. The rock formations come in strange bubble shapes and the shades of pink, mauve and reds flow constantly across this almost un-earthly landscape.
Once we left the Painted Desert, we hit the I40 interstate & I25 and headed for Santa Fe, after a few conversations with fellow H-D rider convinced us that Santa Fe was a much better option than Albuquerque. We cruised at between 80-90 mph (140-150 k) and still being overtaken by other cars. ...
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