Stauder's Navajo Lodge

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

    Two Days In The Shadow of the Stars

    A travel blog entry by robertjohncook1 on Jul 11, 2014

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    Bob's turn to find a hotel for the next two nights so who knows what the place will be like! The trip from Flagstaff, AZ to Gallup, NM is filled with awesome scenery. I40 (aka Route 66) is filled with tiny Navajo villages, each one complete with trading post/gift shop, and every stop offering anything & everything Route 66'ish. We're back to the high desert heat so our stops are short ...

    Joe Milo's, Zuni and Ramah

    A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... larger computer monitor screens for each of us and trying to get Blue Tooth to work on the printer. Sometimes I HATE computers and electronics.

    Friday June 27 Mid morning loaded up dogs and all took the Explorer to Joe Milos Trading post where we got Judy’s turquoise ring which Joe had graciously repaired. Joe was one of my wrestlers when I coached at Gallup 46 years ago. He was a great kid then and has grown into a successful ...

    The Grand Canyon!

    A travel blog entry by laurabcampbell on Apr 30, 2014

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    We arrived after dark, (as usual,) to The Grand Canyon National Park and got the very last campsite! After a freezing night sleep, we woke up to pleasant little surprise: Snow. So, we suited up with everything decently warm that we had, and packed our packs for today's hike. The hike was spectacular! A great workout with phenomenal views. ...

    The road to alberquie (not spelt right)

    A travel blog entry by robert6290 on Sep 10, 2013

    So we headed off from the blue swallow not before having some of the cinnamon bread the folks at the ranch supply gave us the night before it was good sat outside in the heat having a cup of tea awesome. It wasn't as warm his morning about 24. We headed up the road and with not a lot of stops and smallish miles today we decided to detour on the most scenic route up through ...

    A Gallup through New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by eaz on Jul 19, 2013

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    We awoke in our tent to a babbling zozo, packed up and went for a quick walk down the sacred river of Paulo Duro State Park. Then back on the road to our last destination before Grand Canyon. We made a small detour off the motorway to visit a sacred Acoma pueblo nestled in the most impressive desert landscape. With crazy rock formations lining this desolate road, after 10 miles of awe inspiring vistas, we ...