How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Econo Lodge
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Gallup
Travel Blogs from Gallup
... like we were in Mexico in Puerto Vallarta with all the jewellery sellers going from table to table showing their wares. Again, expect the unexpected!
After lunch, off to the Hubbell Trading Post in Ganado, past Widow Rock. Mr. Hubbell established the post in the 1870’s, making this the oldest continually operating trading post in the Navajo Nation and it still is a general store, filled with hardware, medicines ...
... and shipping costs) we pressed on through very barren and dry country in this part of New Mexico. There were many scattered settlements that were so run down and filthy - God knows who inhabited them - and also some mining and ranches. Pausing only for an ice cream stop and fuel, we made good time, bypassing Albuquerque and deciding to get to Gallup for our night stop. We crossed into another time zone on the way and ...
A little longer ride today. As we have continued this journey over the past few weeks, we have tried to limit our time on the road to appx. 6 hours and appx. 400-450 miles. We took on 550miles and what Mapquest estimated to be 8 hours. We made today's 550 miles in 7.5hours, averaging 74MPH. One of the pics will show why. Rhonda took it as we were on cruise control following a Cadillac Escalade for about ...
... means. However, it would be worth checking out at a different time of day as the view and the landscape could be totally different.
After the park, I crossed into New Mexico and am staying in Gallup, the largest city between Flagstaff and Albuquerque. I wanted to be in a larger city so I could watch tonight's game between the Jaguars and Texans. First impressions of this City are not good...not 15 ...
... but before we got there we decided to take a detour to the old native american area of Acomita Sky City. We were glad we did as, you know those pictures of the New Mexico plains you see on tv and in films?, there are stunning views of it here. as well as miles and miles of nothing. Stunning doesn't begin to describe it and the camera really doesn't do it justice. From there we double backed on ourselves and headed to Grants, again it was a great relic of ...