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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Went to a Best Buy this morning to try and buy a powered USB Hub for the tablet so that I can use the mini external Hard drive to store pics & videos.
Unfortunately - no luck. I bought a a USB battery pack in the hope that it may do the trick - as per a YouTube video clip for doing such a task for an Android Tablet. However that did not work.
Anyway I now have ...
... were all closed. In fact, darn near everything we saw was closed, or just plain closed up.
On the route I spotted the train depot. It had a sign out front that said it was the Gallup Cultural Center, but I was sure it was also the train depot. We stopped so I could reminisce about coming through here on the train. When we pulled in we saw the sign that said Amtrak Station. Cool. We got out and walked to the rail side of the depot and there ...
Writing this at 11.30pm 5th October 2014 at El Rancho Motel, Gallup New Mexico, USA.
We got up in the morning in Ardmore Oklahoma and headed south into Texas. We decided to leave the roof up on the Mustang as it's no fun at all at 70mph on the busy, dusty freeway. The further south we drove, the hotter it was getting outside, at one point the car's thermometer read 99 degrees. We eventually arrived in Dallas at around 10am. We had heard that the Sixth ...
We left and continued on to Gallup to book into our hotel, America’s Best Value Inn. We’ll see – we’ve now twice heard train whistles, so it may be a night for earplugs! Gallup is on Route 66, with motel upon motel, jewellery stores, pawn shops, native Indian shops, etc., along the Route for a few miles. There’s a whole other area to the town on the other side of the train tracks, ...
... lot by the Moose club and walked a few blocks to the center of town. We wound up "standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona".
There are lots of rumors that this isn't the real corner, and it's another corner.....whatever. We thought it was fun. We went in the gift shop, got souvenirs, took pictures.....all the touristy stuff. But that's why it's there. Then we walked back, got in the motorhome and headed east.