Sands Motel

112 McArthur St, Grants, New Mexico, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 112 McArthur St, Grants, is near El Malpais National Monument and New Mexico Museum of Mining.
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    Travel Blogs from Grants

    Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, Bat Cave!

    A travel blog entry by mrgrosskopf on Sep 01, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... room and was a dead end. The upper tunnel turned out to be the one that would lead to the last room of the cave. Just Mike took the last tunnel (and narrowest) to the last room in the cave. It was a real struggle because there was almost no room to move your arms so you couldn’t get through it easily using your shoulders and legs. He made it to the end of the tunnel and stopped just outside of the last room in the cave before turning around.

    We came out of ...

    Sedona, AZ

    A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jun 24, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... for Abe that there were problems in the front end by saying, "that thing drives like ****, you know that, right?") As we investigated where we could get a new truck, we became aware that the options were incredibly limited. We needed a big truck -- at least an 8 liter engine -- and while lots of trucks look big, their engines are often rather puny. Research on-line suggested that there was one truck in Mesa AZ that might work. A Chevy suburban at a used lot. I called ...

    Very "HOT" New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by geg14 on Jun 01, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... of the pool of water there and they would leave there name of record there was only one woman that left her name Miss A.F. Bailey she was a rebel the yr. 1858. The view was wonderful we took so many pictures im sure more than anyone on the Mesa! haha.

    6/2/14
    We went to Sky City today we didn't have to walk to we rode up on the hill its a sandstone butte that rises 400ft. in the air and its still inhabited an has been inhabited since the 12th century ...

    Day 15 - Get your kicks on Route 66

    A travel blog entry by maxrocks on Jun 03, 2013

    9 photos

    Despite all the dire warnings on the TV (before we lost power), we managed to avoid the major thunderstorms in the area last night. We did have a little rain but the only signs of it this morning was that our vehicle was absolutely filthy. There is so much sand in the air that the rain caused it to settle on the car.

    Left Carrizozo and headed west on the 380. Great scenic road with undulating hills for about 60 miles at an elevation of approximately ...

    Sky City

    A travel blog entry by steppingout on Feb 15, 2013

    7 photos

    ... the 1990s Grants suffered a major economic downturn and has tried to become a tourist area, with attractions to the El Malpais and El Morro National Monuments, Acoma and Zuni Pueblos. We had two cold days of checking out the Grants Mining Museum (an actual mock up of a mine) and Sky City, the oldest continuously-inhabited community in North America.

    Sky City is the Acoma Pueblo on the top of a mesa (think of a high,steep ...