Route 66 Casino Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... land covered in sharp jagged crystallised salt formations. In the distance they appeared white but as one got closer you could see the layers of salt upon the surface of the rocks. The area itself was surrounded by mountains and was given its name whence some genius decided that not even the devil could play golf on this landscape. Personally I don't understand why the devil, or any mere human, would want to play golf in any case because it is the most boring game on the ...
... non-stop the whole way. No amount of loud music could drown out their voices. The isleta resort and casino is beautiful and the bath tubs are bloody amazing, all four of us could have bathed together if we wanted to. I didnt want to I wanted one for myself. ( it lasted about 3 mins before I gave up and got out cause the monsters were at it again!! Why did I think it was a good idea to bring the ...
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I then went to the Soykas because Jane wanted some of the pictures I took so she could make a video of the whole week. The Changs were taking part in a martial art grading so they were busy all day, and it was so inspiring to see a whole family working together like that. I was then picked up by Hali and Hannah, and we went back home until we could return back to the Soykas for the final meal. The food was great and it was a fitting final night in ...
... travelling the route in their classic car or motorcycle groups, which there was plenty of both. We saw some pretty amazing restored cars and older couples on their Harley Davidson motorcycles in groups touring the country. The countryside through West New Mexico and Arizona is incredible. The road cuts through red limestone mountains that appear out of no where. Very happy we got to see what was left of the route before it's completely ...
... game in Albuquerque, we were hooked up with an outdoor suite in the end zone, the home team we were supporting was the University of New Mexico, the Lobo's, which is Spanish for Timberwolves. We watched the opposition team ( University of Las Vegas) do the warm up and walk on the field and managed, the help of Carrin to get one of the players to photo bomb me, then got to walk on to the field for a look around. It was crazy to see how big the stadiums ...