Red Roof Inn - Midtown
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- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We started our trip yesterday morning to a beautiful sunny day and it stayed that way which made all our stops fun. First stop was in Santa Rosa where the Rt 66 auto museum was and even I enjoyed seeing all the old cars that were all restored and reminded me of days past when I rode in them. Highlight for Lee was when the owner of the museum came out and inquired about the"checker" ...
... centre of town is, so we headed on Route 66 / Central Avenue to find our accommodation for the night. It stopped raining and the sun came out when we drove around downtown. We passed a group congregating outside a club, all dressed up Halloween like with face painting or masks. Doing a couple of loops around town and nearly bring crashed into, Andy pulling out of a junction when it turned green for the other lane, we pulled into Days Inn and checked in. Bonus ...
... with some grays, smokey blues, and pale greens thrown in. We stopped at several overlooks, but after the first few, the overall effect wasn't that much different. One thing that surprised me was the distance you could see from the natural overlooks, and it was Painted Desert as far as the eye could see!
We enjoyed our time at the 2-parks-in-1, and then headed on to our next hotel in Albuquerque.
... absolutely stunning. The Canyon Loop Trail begins at the parking lot, but changes rather quickly when it enters a narrow slot canyon that has been sculpted by wind and water over the centuries. It was an enjoyable hike, with a steep climb toward the end that resulted in spectacular views of the lower canyon and a number of "Hoodoos". Please look at all the photos to get a better idea of what we experienced. We've ...
... and baked french toast with caramelized bananas. Another station had pastries - muffins, danishes, croisants, and cinnamon rolls. Also six or so varieties of cereal. At the main counter were eggs, sausage, bacon, omelets, potatoes and something called Chilaquiles (shredded beef, scrabled egg, tomato, salsa verde and queso fresco). There was also a lot of fruit to choose from - watermelon, cantaloupe, musk melon, and pineapple. Soon after getting our food, Daisy ...