Rodeway Inn Midtown
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
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... bikers and lovers of country music. Immediately I decided that I would make it a priority to visit this saloon for I had seen such places on TV and although it might shelter groups such as The Hells Angels, I felt drawn to its danger. The hotel itself was huge and luxurious. Las Vegas hotels were incredibly cheap compared to the rest of the USA (particularly midweek) and we had managed to find ourselves a 4 star hotel which cost less for three nights than a hostel in ...
... 350 million, but
still plenty of land. The scenery is
of course outstanding.
The route we
took was called "Rim Country" which follows the rim of the Grand Canyon, while
not actually seeing the actual Canyon, the road was up and down some fairly
steep grades. Pleased to say our little
Motorhome handled it with ease.
approached Holbrook we noticed a sign on a ...
... and walked around the village square. The Native Americans had spread out their blankets and were selling their wares to the tourists. As we were walking back to our car, a derelict came up to Gordy and said something, but Gordy couldn't understand him and we got into the car. The guy got mad and hit our car with his cane. I guess he was panhandling.
We had lunch downtown at the RTE 66 diner. Nice ...
Before we left Roswell, sam insisted we go to the UFO museum in the middle of town. I thought it would be a bit tongue in cheek. Turns out they are serious and its all a conspiracy. First Kennedy, now this. I am not sure I can deal with another crushing blow to my reality, so no mirrors for the rest of the trip.
Not too far out of Roswell, Sam let me in for a ...
... that his finger just keeps slipping onto the volume button on the steering wheel. Lets be honest, the louder the radio, the better I sing, so keep it up. The drive from Flagstaff to Albuquerque, although uneventful, is beautiful. I can't believe how many changes in the landscape there are- red rocks, boulders, black lava rock. And it's different from one side of the road to the other. We pull into Albuquerque late afternoon. Hook up is getting easier ...