Stauder's Navajo Lodge

Address: Historic Rte. 66, 20 Mi East Of Gallup (Hc 32 Box 1), Continental Divide, New Mexico, 87312, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Historic Rte. 66, 20 Mi East Of Gallup (Hc 32 Box 1), Continental Divide, is near Richardsons Trading Company.
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    Travel Blogs from Continental Divide

    Cal trip 2015

    A travel blog entry by sharonkmitchell on Sep 04, 2015

    First day out!! Camped at Ky dam SP! Repacking camper and car as we learn to live away from ourNC home. Such a nice getta way. Tia loves all the new smells and holes to dig. She is all dog and we are blessed!! Off to KC for the weekend with Sheila and Rick. All is ...

    2nd stretch of First Day

    A travel blog entry by rsjungling on Aug 01, 2015

    Uneventful trip mostly to Gallup, NM. There are seven of us crammed in a Town and Country Minivan. The kiddos are not used to having a third person in the back row, and they are a bit crowded and getting adjusted to spending so much close time together. We pretty much got there on time. We ate at the Iron Skillet, as kiddos eat free. ...

    3rd Moan but more to remember.

    A travel blog entry by davidholloway on May 10, 2015


    This is not really a moan and more of an observation, but I wanted to remember this for future years. This could only happen in America. You arrive on your bike all leather clad with boots and buff bandanna looking pretty tough slightly rugged semi handsome with that I don't take any ****, with dark glasses and flies in your teeth and who should come up to you but little old ladies with ...

    2nd moan.

    A travel blog entry by davidholloway on May 10, 2015

    1 comment

    You ride along Route 66 and there are loads of stop signs at junctions where small roads come across. They work on a first come first serve basis. We are travelling on main one and people who arrive what seems later I have to stop for and there is an agreement who goes next. Now I am not saying I am more important. But I have a plane to catch in LA some 1000 miles away and I am giving way to someone who is buying a pint of ...

    Old America, New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Oct 05, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... towards the freeway. I wouldn't have fancied it on a bike mind, it was bad enough in a car. We were slowly moving along in the desert sunshine listening to our Route 66 playlist when the fuel light came on. ****. I didn't tell Ashleigh at first, no point in worrying her I thought. But after about another 10 miles the warning light became a loud beeping noise and I could hide our predicament no longer. I tried setting the satnav to take us to the nearest gas ...