Travelodge Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and Jesse cooked meth for Gus. The best part was there were blue drums sitting next to the fence. Maybe Heisenberg isn’t finished cooking after all or maybe it’s full of bodies for disposal. Anyway, on to what we thought would be the best stop, Walter White’s house. Stop #5 brought us into a nice suburban neighborhood, and there it was right at the t-bone intersection. Unfortunately, the owner was standing outside and didn’t move while ...
... it would be good to wash the towels again. We say farewell to Texas at Glenrio and enter New Mexico. Glenrio actually straddles the border which is weird as here we also change time zones and we gain an hour. Just over the border is the New Mexico Tourist Information Centre. This is a good place to start our NM leg of the journey. Tucumcari is the next town on Route 66 , it has a few RV parks and a laundry so it might be a good place to call it stumps ...
... I mean, c'mon, we're in Texas, where everything is bigger. And the Big Texan steak house in Amarillo is the biggest of them all. You may have seen it on one of those food shows highlighting huge portions or challanges. The challenge here is the 72 oz boneless sirloin. Eat it along with ...
... was clean and there was one shower. There is a trail to look down on the huge dam but the lake is dry because of the drought. The lake has 2,700 acres and there are a couple of boat docks in the park. Fishing is popular for walleye, crappie, bass and catfish. This was a one night stopover for us as we are heading back east. Fort Sumner is where Billy the Kid was killed and buried and there are a few museums and his gravesite to ...
We took a detour off of the motorway to stop at a little town called Santa Rosa which is on the original Route 66. It is like so much like Radiator Springs in Cars with abandoned homes and businesses everywhere which was a bit sad. We did however find a lovely place to stop for lunch called Joseph's which has been there since ...