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Very good breakfast; clean, comfortable room, reasonable place to stay
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We started out at 9.00 again this morning. It took us 30 minutes to get to Oatman on old Route 66. Oatman is a mixture of ghost town and tourist trap; it was a gold mining town whose glory days had long faded when the I-40 passed it by, way back in 1952. It looks like a Wild West stage set, but it's the real thing. We missed seeing the burros that …
We got up at 6 this morning, ate breakfast, and were on the road at 7, once again following the philosophy that early tourism is better, especially in the desert southwest in the summer (beat the heat, beat the crowds)! It's been running above 100F every day since Monterey.
When we got to the park, we looked at the visitor's center (not …
We decided not to submit another blog entry yesterday purely as Albuqurque didn't have much to offer at all and we only drove an hour from Santa Fe to Albuqurque in total. We were a little disappointed by it but today made up for that, we will come to that later though.
First thing in the morning in Santa Fe we went to check out all the sites and we loved it, Santa Fe is a beautiful city. It has a large number of indian goods and trading posts, lots ...
Wow what a busy day. We stopped at a couple of Rt 66 landmark Indian Trading Posts and also a motel in Holbrook that had 10 Teepees that you could stay in. House keeping was cleaning one of the rooms so we stuck our nose in to see it. It's about the same size as regular motel room but the walls are angled in. Plenty of room and the bath is in the back.
Then off to the Petrified Forest National Park. Tons (literally) of petrified wood and ...
... and moved off into a different type of heat: the late morning sun in the town square. A quick circuit of the pretty little plaza and its old buildings gave us a flavour of the old town before we dived back into the air-conditioned sanctuary of the car and headed towards Gallup, NM.
A long list of movie stars from the 40's and 50's have graced El Rancho hotel in Gallup. It was a popular stop for film stars shooting in the region and the walls ...