BEST WESTERN Arizonian Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We weren't sure what was in store for us in Holbrook, but we woke early and bid our farewell to Albuquerque and set off to Arizona. We LOVED New Mexico!
Our map gave 2 route 66 options. Pre and Post 1937 routes. We opted for pre 1937. I say we opted. We actually just went one direction and discovered it was the old route!! After about 2 …
We woke up to clear sky's, however it was a shame the air in the corridor wasn't as clear as it was outside! Either someone with a BO problem had slept in the room down the hall or a family of skunks had checked in over night. Not feeling in the mood for eating breakfast was a cup of coffee!
As we left the motel things also didn't get much …
... came across signs for Meteor Crater - ONLY 5 MILES off the highway. The billboard advertises the best preserved meteor crater on earth. This could be interesting we thought, let's go!
So we exited off I-40 on - did you guess - Meteor Crater Road. Along the way a series of smaller round billboards (inspired by Burma Shave?) tease us with astrophysical tidbits. We paid the $18 admission and climbed the stairs. At the top is a courtyard, and ...
... so long ago now, but was only 3 weeks ago. The bed did vibrate as the big trains passed on by, I knew it wasn't Andy as he was in his own bed now. Doesn't time fly when having fun. Note to self: must lay off the beans, it's like windy city in our room tonight & I need a plug for Andy's blazing saddle ! Mr stinky is back. (For those already up to date with our blog, I have added photos for the last couple of days and the must see videos for the blue hole bombing ...
... is great, nothing is too much trouble, yes, they are working for tips, but across the board, no matter where you are or what you are buying, the service is great.
Friday 1st - Left Williams headed for Flagstaff and decided to head down to Sedona, what a great decision that proved to be. We left the interstate at 6500 feet and dropped over 1000 feet riding down through lush forest with 10 mph switchbacks, roadside creeks and massive pine ...