Americas Best Value Inn Moriarty

Address: 1316 Old Route 66 West, Moriarty, New Mexico, 87035, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 1316 Old Route 66 West, Moriarty, is near Route 66 and Rodeaway Ranch.
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Travel Blogs from Moriarty

Greetings from Willard, New Mexico

A travel blog entry by t2tov on Dec 31, 2014

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... towns are spread out. I expect the next post to be in 187 miles when I cross the border into Colorado.

In the real world, I'm training for the NYC Half Marathon in March 15 and then Pittsburgh Half in May. It's cold again and training is hard but this is what it takes to run the spring distance races.

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Such a long day

A travel blog entry by larryg59 on Feb 02, 2014

... and his faithful mate the little electric tomato might have been lost. The car was plowing threw the snow like a snow plow we got stuck twice and we made it out twice....the snow was flying over our hood and could not see anything out of the windshield, at one point in time we were going about 40 mph behind a truck that was making pretty good tracks, but because the car ...

Texas to New Mexico

A travel blog entry by tony.charity on Oct 11, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... of Amarillo to visit the Cadillac Ranch. Ten motor vehicles planted nose down in the ground and spray painted so much by visitors, there is more paint than metal. I was very sceptical about this being an icon! But now I have been converted. On my arrival there are thousands of spray cans discarded in the field around the vehicles, which we found disgusting, but after a while we came to realise that this was part of the scene and added ...

Back to School!

A travel blog entry by georgestrick on Aug 22, 2013

... GO LEEDS!! After a fun morning of failing at the cup song and banter with UNM's equivalent to Nightline, we went to the Pueblo Indian Culture Centre to watch a pow-wow. Apparently it wasn't a real pow-wow, but the music and dancing was incredible! The museum in the centre was also really interesting, and was a nice way to tie together all the Native American sites we'd seen on ...

A Warped Chandelier and Some Coffee

A travel blog entry by kittenbadly on May 20, 2013

2 photos

... churches, but he slipped in and peeked through the cracks in the doors to assure me it was empty. The building was built in the 1790s, but looks relatively new and bright. Brown wooden pews led through the sanctuary to a beautiful altar of statues, unnamed but familiar men in religious clothing depicted in shiny and colorful varnish.

We ended the day traveling back to Nob Hill to have coffee at my favorite place, Limonata.
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