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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the largest tribe in the state and they account for fully one half of all Native Americans living here.
There were many billboards along the I-40 and many of them advertised Native American jewelry, Kachinas and other craft items. We stopped at one of the highly advertised store/rest stop/firework shop/Dairy Queen . . . locations along the highway. It gave us an opportunity to eat lunch and get a couple of things. The store was full of ...
... Jim has had to drive through some steep, curvy, roads that overlook deep canyons. Many times the roads have been a bit scary with no walls or guardrails for protection. He has safely maneuvered the RV through these obstacles. Since Jim, the chauffeur, has developed a cold, we decided to skip the drive to Canyon de Chelley and to stay put in the Gallup area for two days. We enjoyed a wonderful BBQ dinner at USA RV Park along Historic Route 66.
... that I would have to eat it with the rest of the diners staring at me and cheering me on. They see eating as a sport here. Maybe I'll come back one day with Antony. We checked in and chucked the bags into the room. The bathroom had a saloon style swinging door. The bar and dining area is set out like you would imagine an old Wild West bar might have been in the days of Billy the Kid. The staff were all wearing Texan hats and saying things like "Howdy ...
... fast food and chain food outlets, grocery and gas stations. It’s quite a large and busy centre. On information from the hotel that tourists like Earl’s Restaurant, we headed out for a late lunch. The restaurant was fine, the food adequate and inexpensive, and there were tables with native jewellery and a bit of wood carving at the entrance. We didn’t expect that they would come inside to sell too, but they ...
... br> The sun stayed out for awhile and gave us the chance to dry out; refuel and stop at a market for a walk around. The skies overhead darkened so we continued on in torrential rain, testing all our rain gear. It had been very cold this morning and wasn't an awful lot warmer after midday.
Grants claim to fame is the discovery and production of uranium and the town produced half of the ore required by the USA from the 1950's.
As we wove form the highway to Route ...