Blue Swallow Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Swallow Motel Tucumcari
Great 1940's motel.
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Stopped at one of my favorite places just off of I-40 on old Route 66 - The Jackrabbit. It is absolutely the best place for souvenirs in general, but what I am after is their petrified wood. Anywhere else you stop you will be price gouged, but the Jackrabbit is small and most people just pass by not giving it a second thought. The price of …
Got up this morning to a beautiful sunny day so we thought the worst of storms are behind us. WRONG! We were still in Oklahoma when a severe rain storm hit, lighting all over and raining so hard you could barely see ahead of you, we kept going at a very slow pace until the rain continued so hard it flooded the car thankfully we got it off the road …
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... border of Texas and our 6th State - New Mexico. Glenrio was the most dead of ghost towns. Not even the grass by the side of the road moved in the wind. The usual four lane width road filled the whole of the view through the windscreen as we passed a handful of crumbling buildings and a few cars from yester decade to the left and right.
From Glenrio we drove for ten miles or more on a gravel road that went wide of the I-40 on the right. This road and the dismantled railway had ...
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