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Very nice accommodations. Lacks an elevator. Staff was very friendly.
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It was a very windy (25MPH) and cool (60's) day. I thought the Southwest was warm this time of year!
We have driven on this road three times in the last two and a half years and the scenery hasn't changed much. Very flat with lots of sage brush, some irrigation and dotted with very small towns. Lots of Indian owned casinos all through …
... that I would have to eat it with the rest of the diners staring at me and cheering me on. They see eating as a sport here. Maybe I'll come back one day with Antony. We checked in and chucked the bags into the room. The bathroom had a saloon style swinging door. The bar and dining area is set out like you would imagine an old Wild West bar might have been in the days of Billy the Kid. The staff were all wearing Texan hats and saying things like "Howdy ...
... as a cover for the illegal trade. It was great to sit in the actual booth where Bryan Cranston (Walter) filmed his scenes.
The rain had stopped when we left Albuquerque but it was still very overcast. We climbed up into the hills and were soon level with the clouds. The weather started to break an the temperature shot up very quickly from 63F to 77F, you have to bear in mind that we were ...
... lot by the Moose club and walked a few blocks to the center of town. We wound up "standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona".
There are lots of rumors that this isn't the real corner, and it's another corner.....whatever. We thought it was fun. We went in the gift shop, got souvenirs, took pictures.....all the touristy stuff. But that's why it's there. Then we walked back, got in the motorhome and headed east.
... town used for the filming of "Wild Hogs". Again, the weather conspired against us, so we took the photo opportunity and rode on.
The heavens darkened and we followed the interstate out of Madrid, powered through Albuquerque in heavy rain. As we came over the hill down onto the plains, the sun was shining in the distance on the beautiful hills and changing landscape. We saw the large sink hole that occurred in the highway, on the opposite side of the highway as we rode ...