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After this we went into Old Town. It was here that you could find little independent shops that sold all sorts of nick nacks. It was quite strange here as it was more like the Old West and was certainly different to modern New Mexico. A couple were also getting married under the band stand there.
Overall, another busy day but very enjoyable. Not long till the end of my visit now so trying to make the most of it!
... travelling the route in their classic car or motorcycle groups, which there was plenty of both. We saw some pretty amazing restored cars and older couples on their Harley Davidson motorcycles in groups touring the country. The countryside through West New Mexico and Arizona is incredible. The road cuts through red limestone mountains that appear out of no where. Very happy we got to see what was left of the route before it's completely ...
... there was no time to do it and
not enough machines, so i gave up on that idea and went to the pool
area and hung out and talked with people for a bit. Tonight for me
was a no alcohol day as it was going to be an early night as it was
going be be an early morning for hot air ballooning. So i only hung
out for a bit before heading to the room, where i packed my bags,
used the wifi some more, uploaded some pictures, relaxed then went to
... enchilada combo (one pork and one cheese) and . . . fried ice cream! My mother had cheese enchiladas and my father had the tampiquena (cheese enchilada and steak) which he didn’t like. The steak was tough and the enchilada was also pretty firm. The rest of us liked our meals and we agreed that the rice was especially good here. After dinner we looked in the shops, surrounding the courtyard which were nice and bought some nice hand painted Mexican tiles.
... again its a great testament to the people that they care so much and are so committed to try and save this part of American history for future generations. The sad thing is that our generation is quite possibly the last that will have any recollection and/ or appreciation of the significance of this route. Possible the Pixar movies will prolong it for a bit but whether the little towns along the way that ave now been bypassed can survive, only time will tell. Santa Rosa ...