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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 …
... been the same depot, I thought. It was in good shape and had been cared for over the years. The brick platform outside the depot appeared to be original.
The Amtrak stop in Gallup is a two-story stucco station built in 1918 in the Mission Revival architectural style. It was originally constructed to serve as an area headquarters for the Santa Fe Railway, the successor to the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. A Harvey House hotel and restaurant, ...
... took the lift up to the sixth floor. I think an audio tour is a perfect way of seeing this museum as it allows you to be told the full story at your own pace. The tour begins with the story of how JFK rose to become the 35th president of the United States. It goes into detail about his policies and his vision for the future of America. It shows video footage of his inauguration at the Capitol Building in Washington, a place we visit recently. The next part of ...
Made the most of the great free brekky at the Sleep Inn in Amarillo - then set out for a longish drive, hoping to make Albuquerque tonight ready to head north for Monument Valley. We stopped just outside of the city to have a look at "Cadillac Ranch" which is 10 Cadillacs stuck nose first into the red dirt in some guys ranch! The cars are at a 45 degree angle, apparently the same as the Pyramids - very schmaltzy stuff, and ...
... towns’ that I know you ‘can’t tell a book by its cover’. The three of us finally convinced Pete we should at LEAST look inside and if it was ‘scary’ we would leave. Once inside we found 50’s era tables and chairs, LOTS of red/white/blue bunting and flags, and dozens upon dozens of ‘chicken’ related items. We had great food and enjoyed the setting.
Friday, June 27, 2014