Route 66 Casino Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Heated pool
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... the Grand Canyon. If we leave today, we are headed straight to the North Rim. <b><i><u>Maybe, maybe, we can go...</u></i></b> 2:00pm (MT): Albuquerque, New Mexico. So we are waiting at a Burger King near the Freightliner shop for them to complete the repair work, the estimate now is around 4:15pm. We have sat here in the restaurant re-mapping our trip to ...
... I still need to fact check this one).
After the steep trip down the mountain we went back down to walk through the old town. It has all been built to resemble the concrete buildings and weaving roadways of a traditional Mexican city. There were many antique and jewellery stores as well as many souvenir type shops to satisfy the inner tourist.
After a lunch of left overs in the park we spent the rest of ...
... states 'no graffiti this side of the line' so we missed our chance to leave our mark in history there. for being a good boy for a change, As we carried along the road, to do another about turn, the RV Cadillac store. A pee stop was a necessity for Andy before we set off into the Wild West and the sun had come out in full force, warming us nicely now. Bushland - home of the Falcons, and on pass the cattle ranch, we nicknamed shitpit alley due to the cowpat stench we smelt ...
... through a number of other lines that made the three hour layover there be just about right. We walked and walked, went up and down escalators and outside for a bus ride to change terminals. Heathrow is never easy. We ended up with just a short wait until we were able to board our final flight to Glasgow.
... to having no brakes. The damage cost us $280 which wasn't too bad! Stoked it wasn't anything worse. It was just wear and tear, time for new brake pads. While the car got repaired, we jumped in with Steph and Matt and did our own little breaking bad tour of Albuquerque. We stopped at Walter Whites house, the car wash he owned and Tuco's apartment. It was cool to see a few filming spots from breaking bad. Tuco's apartment is actually a cafe so we stopped for lunch there. We then ...