Quality Inn Navajo Nation Capital

Address: 48 West Highway 264, Window Rock, Arizona, 86515, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 48 West Highway 264, Window Rock, is near Navajo Reservation, Navajo Nation Museum, and St. Michaels Historical Museum and Mission.
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    Travel Blogs from Window Rock

    Old America, New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Oct 05, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... This was another Route 66 icon, one of the most famous motels on the road. It's as in history as it is in garish neon lights. We had a wander up to the Pow-Wow restaurant where we had some very strange but edible food. Tucumcari is another one of these places like Cuba and Carthage which you would never, ever think of coming to unless you were doing Route 66. There's not much there at all but you do get a sense you're seeing the real America. The bloke on ...

    Galluping out of Gallup to Arizona

    A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 13, 2013

    19 photos

    ... 1906 this area was designated as a National Park so it will be preserved for future generations. The petrified wood was, prior to this, being collected as souvenirs and also taken out and used in many commercial ventures. It's now illegal to remove it from within the park but there are deposits outside of the park so its quite easy to by samples or jewelry or furniture made from it. The story of Fred Harvey is an interesting one and quite significant to this area as there ...

    The road to alberquie (not spelt right)

    A travel blog entry by robert6290 on Sep 10, 2013

    ... and wat a trek awesome views camera again didn't do it justice so we gave up taking pics. The news was saying flash flooding and hurricane in the area we were heading to and just as we reached the half way point it started to rain and it poured so it was an average shower at home so driving became a lot more difficult we got annoyed with the roads so jumped on the ...

    Prairie dogs and cowboy boots.

    A travel blog entry by dan_tess on Jun 23, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... time and we also knew that we could get on highway 53 from here that we'd read would take us through some of the most stunning scenery in America. This proved to be correct as we drove through the scenery of a million Wild West films following the black lava rock fields of El Malpais national monument. The scenery changed around every corner from fields of jet black rock, to scrubland, to mountain ranges, to thick pine forest. It was an epic drive and the best ...

    Never stopping for long

    A travel blog entry by grapesofwrath on May 28, 2013

    5 photos

    The morning started with a 9AM meeting at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History in the historic district of Albuquerque. The museum has just undergone some recent renovations, and is really beautiful, inside and out. The week we will be in Albuquerque for the trip is during the annual Ballon Fiesta, which brings in triple the population of the city each year. I was worried this would mean a lower attendance to the programming, but their curator assured me that in ...