66 Motel

2105 Navajo Blvd, Holbrook, Arizona, 86025, United States | Motel

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Beginning our Summer Travels

A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle


... Mowry’s. Had a great Red Onion Restaurant burger (shared with the B) as well as fresh cut French fries then we were on the road to our first destination---Holbrook Arizona.

Pulled into a surprisingly nice RV Park—OK RV---in Holbrook, we got set up at our respective sites, plugged into 50 amp service so we could run ALL our a/c’s and cool down the coaches. Hitting the hay in ...

Day 16, Painted and Petrified in Arizona

A travel blog entry by jjkaine


... by the roadside.

Eventually we started to see some of the petrified logs, some were lying on the ground in fragments, some were balanced on top of rocks. These are the remnants of coniferous trees which grew there 200 million years ago. Or less than 6000 years ago if you are a Christian fundamentalist. The trees have become fossilised and litter the landscape everywhere you look. It is against the law to remove any fragments but you ...

More sand, wind and cold

A travel blog entry by griesenj


We were up early and out of the gate from Kirtland AFB to McDonald's for our morning coffee, oatmeal and breakfast burrito. Since Kirtland didn't have a working Wifi, Dolly posted the previous day's activities from there.
After the post we hit the road again west on Interstate 40. We had travelled a few miles and Dolly wanted to stop at an Indian art shop. We were both impressed ...

Arizona we are here

A travel blog entry by psandefur


... any of the petrified wood out of the park as we saw when we left, they had a car pulled over and searching the car

Also included in the park was a partial ruin of early occupants possibly back 13,000 years and includes petroglyphs.

The Painted Desert portion of the park shows the layers of the sediments deposited from millions of years ago. This park has driving, hiking and primitive camping available and truly ...

Arizona and the Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by rubyhutton


... walk so we chose to take the shuttle bus, hopping on and off at various points along the rim and taking even more photos! We came, we saw...we definitely got the t-shirt. Leaving the Grand Canyon area the next day, we decided to stop in Flagstaff to have a look around. It's a really nice mountain town, reminding us of somewhere in the alps, having the sort of relaxed atmosphere you'd find at a ski resort. It was full of coffee and bagel shops, which were full of ...


This motel, located on 2105 Navajo Blvd, Holbrook, is near Dinosaur Park, International Petrified Forest and Museum of the Americas.
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