Motel Safari

Address: 722 E. Route 66 Blvd., Tucumcari, New Mexico, 88401, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 722 E. Route 66 Blvd., Tucumcari.
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      Travel Blogs from Tucumcari

      Tucumcari Day 1 - (6,000 calories and counting)

      A travel blog entry by sc0tt_pr0bert on Aug 05, 2014

      7 photos

      ... a couple of crossword puzzles by guessing or referring to the answers in the back of the book. After several failed attempts we had gotten the task of transcribing the solutions from the back of the book down to a fine art or guess and correct!

      Leaving Mon's at 6 o'clock we decided to stop by the local grocery store to pick up some supplies and I topped up my 6,000 calorie megathon with a tub of Ben & Jerry's ice cream and half a left over sub!

      Heading for Tucumcari

      A travel blog entry by robert6290 on Sep 09, 2013

      ... the signs and headed down the street to see what it was well it was like going to Bradley's or steels only the man and woman who own it were so friendly they stood and chatted to us for about an hour telling us all about local area things to do ranching in their area all kinds of stuff genuinely mean so of the nicest people I have ever met. Nics now follows them on Facebook and they took our photo for there page as they do with all passers buy and gave me ...

      Is This The Way To Amarillo?

      A travel blog entry by mrlocation on Jul 04, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... stopped, wondering what we had found so interesting. "It's the bridge!", we said and we explained why, as Brits, we found it so fascinating. He gradually got the point, but he had lived here for so long that he had taken it for granted and never thought anything of it when he drove over it every day. When he went on his way, you could see on his face that he had a different point of view now and it had made him think. It was called Timber Creek Bridge, but we had renamed it Grasshopper ...

      Musings about Life

      A travel blog entry by wjmccain on Jun 07, 2013


      ... has nothing to do with my subject for today.) No, I wasn’t playing baseball today. It’s a metaphor. (What’s a metaphor, you ask? It’s for Bambi and his friends to romp around in.) Sorry. Old joke. I’m tired.

      We drove out of Oklahoma City this morning, heading west on Interstate 40. We had driven about a half an hour, when we saw a whole grove of trees (looked like oaks) that no longer had top branches. There must ...

      Classic Rte 66 Motel

      A travel blog entry by visionrider on Jun 16, 2012

      16 photos

      ... Its steak & Mexican choices are worthwhile.
      There's the Mesoland Dinosaur Museum nearby, all the bronze casts of skeletons are touchable. They've been created through the fine arts/bronze program at the Mesolands Community College.
      Clouds piled up & turned black & it's now raining with a side of lightning. But it is supposed to be gone by tomorrow.