Days Inn West Albuquerque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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From Texas through to New Mexico and eventually Arizona we jumped on and off Route 66 (where it still exists). The majority of the old road has been replaced with a double lane highway the I40 which bypasses the small towns along the 'Historic Route 66' as it's known now. Most of the towns are full of old gas stations , diners and motels boarded up …
... to load up.
didn't get the urge to collect rocks.
We may have
been spoiled by the opulence of Mesa Regal and found the Root 66 RV Park was
probably at the other end of the scale.
This RV Park had the bare necessities, it was right next to a major Interstate Highway, so lots of trucks passing in the night, but it did the job and broke to trip up
We drove down from Santa Fe to Albequerque this morning and found the cutest RV park. It's on old RTE 66 and started as a motel in the late 60's.
They converted it to a campground in the 70's. It has been used in several movies and inside the park they have a small collection of old cars and campers from early on.
We are only an hour away from Santa Fe but ...
Not too much to write about today... we had a relatively short drive from Shamrock to Albuquerque and we didn't stop anywhere along the way except for gas and some candy in Tucumcari. We all listened to some songs and to an audio book (a great way to spend time in the car) but for the most part things were quiet. Everyone was tired ...
... up the new RV and then an hour after we had got back on the road one of the rear tyres on the new vehicle blew out with a spectacular bang. A tyre company came out and fitted the spare and then we stayed overnight in Wichita Falls, 50 miles short of our target. Today , in an effort to get back on track we have driven 500 miles to Albuquerque which means we have a chance of getting to Sedona and the Grand Canyon ...