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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on our trip today. Dad said that Octavia followed by Quantum was more than quantum sufficit as far as he's concerned.
I could tell he was getting tired and frustrated so, I jumped behind the wheel for a while so he could catch a nap. See, I told you those driving lessons in Doggy Day Camp would come in useful.
Finally, after 11 hours on the road, we arrived at the historic El Rancho hotel in Gallup, and our slow trot was complete. ...
... her shop and it was nice to have the time to have a chat with her about how it all came about. I mentioned that Euan is a big fan of Cars and she kindly signed a postcard for him. She has been interviewed by both Billy Connolly and Ewan Mcgregor in the past and she said Ewan was the better interviewer. Apparently Billy was great fun but hardly allowed her to talk and liked to answer his own questions. We went to the Midpoint Cafe next door that used to be owned by ...
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, ...
... to drive another two hours. We continued on and passed a couple more Indian Casinos as well as large Indian trading posts (I.e souvenier shops selling Indian made goods) - the Continental Divide Indian market at 7275ft near the top of the range just before leaving New Mexico, then the Tomahawk trading post run by the Navajo's inside a large concrete tipi just over the border in Arizona. I looked in both of these for some small gifts to bring home but found ...
... this morning, but Mother Nature is shedding some tears on us again. We decide its too wet so we pull over near the park put the kettle and the coffee on and have morning tea overlooking the park instead of in it. The old town are streets lined with little shops selling a variety of Native American goods, jewelry etc. it is still raining quite heavily so we do a drive by instead of a walk. Leaving Albuquerque we hit the road again bound for Gallup. ...