Quality Inn University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... 9:00am (MT): Turquoise Trail, New Mexico. Today we are going up to Santa Fe via the Turquoise Trail. A 54 mile trek through desert land with small stops along the way.
<b><i><u>BBiT (Best Burger in Town)...</u></i></b> 12:30pm (MT): Santa Fe, New Mexico. When we arrived in Santa Fe it was around 12 noon. We checked TA for lunch ideas and selected the ...
... on what is essentially a children's toy, firing imaginary bullets at a target, was perhaps the most humorous. After they had finished shooting they even decided to bully folk into taking their photo as they stood beside it.
The sight of this couple had caused fear in my soul and I found myself whizzing through the rest of the second floor to escape them. It basically spoke of the police involvement in fighting organised crime, including 'The untouchables' which bought ...
... with its landmarks along Route 66 as pointers, such as Boot Hill Saloon & Grill, the Hickory Inn Cafe, the road runner drive in and roosters all eateries in this ghost town. Also seeing the deserted part of town, no one about with boarded up buildings & empty shell station. Adrian - was our next Next on the route, which was at the mid way point between Chicago & LA. We stopped in, being the only open business we saw open. The midway point cafe was a famous stop ...
... br> They have a beautiful home and my room is lovely and comfortable. I then met the other members of the family, Mr Wu-Ching Cheng, the father, who is as kind and warm as Holi. He told me that he worked at the Nuclear Facility at Kirkland USAF base, I was immediately impressed by this occupation. I also met Megan who takes just after her mother, and was making sure I was comfortable. Then there is Caleb, who is always on the go, and reads A LOT which is great to see, we had a good ...
Soon after leaving Roswell, the colour and contour of the landscape started to change, from pale beige and light greens to what I can only describe as Marlboro Country. You might remember the billboards. Driving through, it reminded me of a postcard I have in my desk, of a cowboy being thrown off a horse into a cloud of dust, with the words "It's not how many times you get thrown, it's how many times you ...