Sky City Casino Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Not much to say about the drive from Visalia to Kingman. Not too much interesting along the way. It did rain quite a bit. Some crazy driver clipped our car as we were leaving Kingman. He zoomed away and we have a banged up fender. Grrr. The drive from Kingman to Acoma was a wet one. It rained a lot, quite hard at times. We had to pull off near Grants as it was hard to see and the water was ...
... Divide again -- I can't even keep track of how many times we have crossed it on this trip. As we got closer to Grants, we started seeing two mountain ranges -- the Zuni Mountains and the Cebolleta Mountains. The I-40 west/east corridor is definitely the major cross-country commerce route -- it pretty much follows the old historic Route 66, the "Heart of the Mother Road". The interstate was ...
... psychologically as much as physically, we are desperate to get through these final days. Our sense of excitement and interest during each day's ride has reduced dramatically, as have the number of photos we're taking, and when writing the blog, there no longer seem to be the same standout events or moments - good or bad - which stick in our minds. We're going to have a rest day in Silver City to remind ourselves of what we've achieved and all the amazing times along the ...
... took hold in ernest. We began our day with a hike to Cathedral Rock, but because we couldn't park at the closest location, we had to hike to the hike. The kids were mostly spent after that, though the views were incredible. The heat was high -- probably 95 degrees -- but there was a breeze and in the shade you could take a break and cool off. Abe hustled back for the truck, parked in our original location, and picked us up. After lunch we tried to find the swimming hold ...
Off to see Sky City or the Pueblo Mesa of Acoma - my host Claire offered to drive the 100 miles there n back, so with a stop for a SW Breakfast at Flying Star cafe- delicious eggs florentine on cornbread then a quick drive around the lusher urban parts of the Rio Grande valley, we headed off on the I -40 to Acoma . Stupendous reservation scenery , sky and clouds constantly in change .. Perfect drive! ...