Red Roof Inn Gallup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Red Roof Inn Gallup
Travel Blogs from Gallup
A short day, comparatively, for all of us. We arrived in Gallup around 2 in the afternoon. The heat was intense, but low humidity, finally. We watched the 2nd match of the World Cup and then went out to dinner at a local mexican food place.
Back in the room, Eric and I played cribbage for a few games, and then made it an early night as we …
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... Pete and went inside to a diner decorated with hundreds of chickens. We ordered from the friendly waitress and Harlan, Judy and I received our orders quickly. Unfortunately she didn't have Pete's order, and said to him, "I'm sorry, there's a problem with your order. The cook dropped your burger on the floor and she has to make a new one." We had a good laugh over that….at least she told him rather than serve it to him....at least we hope so. ...
... kept the original survey locations although when surveyed later with better equipment it was slightly off. We walked around and went to one of the picnic areas to have a snack before the long drive home.
The last picture was the local TV weather broadcast out of Albuquerque that we came across and I could not figure if it was bring your pet to work day??
Another area done and on to Arizona
... to the North, probably Utah. Set off again but only a few miles as we wanted to go to Winslow, Arizona to stand on the corner! They've even put a statue there for people to take their photos, it's on Route 66 too. Then on to real Indian country to visit the petrified forest, quite a drive off the highway and pay €10 entrance and you drive through the most a amazing desert landscape that is littered with logs. But ...