Red Roof Inn Gallup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
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... in this area and this is where they stayed. Stars including Ronald Reagan, Allan Ladd, Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum ,Humphrey Bogart and many others. It was nice from the outside but when we walked in.... After our meal we went to watch Indian dances in the square. These are preformed nightly during the summer to keep their rituals alive and the history of native ...
... the sport of rodeo. We just miss this weekend's rodeo by one day-so we had to buy cowboy hats instead! We started our walking tour by visiting the Gallup Cultural Center which is above the "old Sante Fe Train Depot". The center shows many pictures of Indian history and culture. I was intrigued by the natural plants that were used to make the colors in baskets and rugs. There also was a modern Native American ...
... section of the museum dedicated to the conspiracy theories about the case. So who do I think was behind the assassination of JFK? I'm still none the wiser. I think he was probably shot by Lee Harvey Oswald but I also think it's very important to take into account the official investigation in 1978. Lee Harvey Oswald was probably not working alone which means there's every chance that there's still somebody out there that knows exactly what happened. It's a bit ...
... any other place AND you had to buy a ‘photo pass’ if wanted to take ANY pictures in the community. It almost felt like the town was trying to keep any non-Zunis from ever visiting.
We left Zuni kind of disappointed and went east to Ramah. It was a bit past lunch time so I wanted to stop at the only café in town, which did NOT look too good from the outside. However, I’ve eaten hamburgers in enough ‘little ...
... br> FRIDAY 4/11 - We got on the road early (for us anyway) as we wanted to see Four Corners where Utah, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico meet. We were close to the area over 10 years ago when we took a 3 week driving tour but it was getting late and we were afraid of not finding a motel. Since it was over a 2 hour trip both ways Terry was in for a long day driving. This area gives a new meaning to High ...