BEST WESTERN Arizonian Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 …
... appear in front of you, beautiful pinks and whites, greys and browns. River valleys that haven't seen water for a very long time. View points all the way for photos. The road then loops back south over the freeway and into the Petrified Forest. Once more lots of colour but now also fallen trees that have broken up and petrified. It's like granite so hard it's unbelievable this can happen to a tree. We slowly drove the ...
... immediate ominous hissing began, Chelle asked "Have we got a flat tyre?" and the car responded promptly by flashing on the "Check tire pressure" light. I pulled over immediately (the car did most of the work for me as the flat was dragging me that way anyway) and got out to inspect the damage. Totally flat, and hissing out its last breaths as we watched.
No problems - spare wheel in the trunk, so I busied myself whipping off the broken one and popping ...
... a museum after major renovation that restored it to the look of the original inn.
As we drove south across Interstate 40, the first place we stopped was Puerco Pueblo, a large archeological site that once had 100 rooms. Petroglyphs are still visible and some were quite sophisticated compared to most you see. After that we drove to Blue Mesa, where we saw gigantic segments of petrified wood, many that had slid down ...