Historical Route 66 Motel
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Having had an amazing 5 months in Europe it was time for a new continent and the next stage of our journey. We left our weeks of road tripping in a group of 8-13 in Spain to be just the 2 of us again and our new car Roxy.
A loop/triangle was mapped out for 2 weeks travelling 2321 miles on the wrong side of the road through California, …
Leaving Grand Canyon 9.00hrs to return back to our dear old friend Route 66. Bliss Arrived on Peach Springs 17.35. Great journey and over 260 miles all the way. Getting our kicks. We did a detour to see Oak Creek. The roads firm Grand Canyon are really god and plenty to see on our travels. As we neared the creek the scenery changed back to pine …
After settling in last night we had set our alarms for 5 am, to ensure we were up and out in time to choose a spot for the sunrise. Given the late arrival last night we really had to drag ourselves into the cold but we also had a sense of impending excitement that we were actually going to see one of the natural wonders of the world. It would have …
... old cars (just like the kids film 'Cars') all along the road looking lost and abandoned and with eyes in them to copy the film. The toilet here was a wooden shack with posters and an old fashioned TV inside. A good place to drive through with children.
We had a picnic lunch at another old route 66 town Kingman, but most of the journey was much faster on the interstate.
It was a 5 hour drive to Vegas plus stops. ...
... Flagstaff' AZ. The crater is presently 550 feet deep and over 4000 feet across. This crater is estimated to have been created by a meteor only 150 feet across but travelling at 26,000 miles per hour. Over 175 million tons of limestone and sandstone were thrown out to form a continuous layer of debris surrounding the crater for a distance of over a mile.
How has this motel rated in the past?
Excellent rates at $81 for the 3 of us in 2 lovely large queen beds with very comfortable mattresses, a huge room and great amenities. The Roadkill Cafe is adjacent with a vast range of breakfast and a discount for peeps who stayed in the Motel.
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