Western Skies Inn and Suites Los Lunas
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... that stand hundreds of feet above dead flat ground, historic film locations, hidden remnants of an ancient civilisation, and native culture. It really is a beautiful place and learning of the Indian history in the area and now they survived really gives an appreciation for the area as opposed to just driving straight through it.
From monument valley, we decided we would get some surveying history into us as well. We set off for the four corners monument in ...
... San Jose with the skyline being increasingly dominated by Starvation Peak. Today's Route 66 follows the path of the earlier trade routes the Santa Fe Trail and the Camino Real and the places and street names are mainly in Spanish. After San Jose the road began to rise once again past Sands, Ilfield and Rowe during which time I spotted the Google camera car on northbound I-25 as I was on the southbound frontage road. At some point in the future I'll need to see if I ...
We head back west towards the motorhome. I shoot one place with my film gear and realize that I may not have fast enough film for what I want to do shooting neon. So I fall back to my digital and shoot a few neon pics for the travel blog. We shoot our way back west towards the motor home and finally arrive.
It's been a hectic day. I'm tired and worn out. ...
... shocked when we went inside due to the size of the gift shop. It was huge and stocked everything souvenir ish that you could imagine. New Mexico has a strong Indian connection so there are a lot of handmade Indian products such as jewelry, leather gear, rugs, moccasins etc. Oh yes the bathrooms are certainly clean! This is our lunch stop today. Our very nice waitress suggested that we share 1 club sandwich between 2 as they are so big. Great advice as half was more ...
... with a metal chandelier that had been warped and twisted under the pressure of the sinking ship. A coat, pair of socks, trousers, and suspenders, nearly pristine, unfolded and arranged with the tag "Suit in the Prince of Wales pattern found in a trunk" was perhaps the highlight of strange things that survived when people did not. The exhibit wound through to the obligatory gift shop, but superstition prevented both of us from purchasing any ...