Days Inn Los Lunas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Golf Course
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... imagine living out in these small towns with the run down houses and terrible public services/environment. Funnily though, even these small towns still have a local mcdonalds, KFC or Burger King!
Monument valley is located in the Navajo region / deserts of southwestern United States. The Navajo Indian tribe are the largest federally recognised tribe in the US with 300,048 enrolled tribal members.
It is a unique place, with sculpted ...
A couple of things from yesterday. I ate in the hotel's restaurant and had Montezuma Chicken which is chicken covered in green chillies and Monterey Jack cheese. I saw my first tumbleweed yesterday barrelling across the interstate so was unable to take a photo. I thought I might have seen more today but no such luck. Left Las Vegas this morning and took I-25 for a few miles to rejoin Route 66 at Romeroville. The first part of the journey was mainly downhill Tecolote, ...
... the stuff. The thing about route 66 is that it travels through some of Albuquerque's nicer areas.....as well as some of it's seedier areas. I decide I'm going to shoot one of the neon signs, and we pull into a parking lot. There are people coming out of the motel towards us, hookers start coming out of doorways, and people on the street start our way. Yeah....I'm armed as always, but we just don't need this ****. I don't even get the cameras ...
... today and luckily his wipers work very well. The rain starts to ease as we head towards Albuquerque . The weather station shows no more rain ahead for us and its getting warmer. Yippee!!! Clines Corner boasts the cleanest rest rooms on Route 66. This is what the billboards tell us at least. We are going to find out for ourselves. Clines Corner is a diner come gift shop and of course was an important roadside stop for the Route 66 travelers back in its hey day. We ...
... interesting. Glass cases of artifacts found in the wreckage and wall-sized photographs of the construction and interior of the ship itself proved very fascinating. We wandered through the displays casually, making snarky comments about the sometimes obvious descriptions of objects ("this watch chain would have been attached to a pocket watch"). A line of au gratin dishes staged unbroken in sand just as they were found on the ocean ...