BEST WESTERN Plus Raton Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Good clean rooms, very comfy beds, great breakfast, good value for money
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- Today I'm really happy because I'm headed to Texas!
- I got gas this morning after stopping for coffee and filled up my tank
- The bathrooms were actually pretty clean
- Now I have my road trip CD playing and I'm pumped to go to one of my favorite states
... groups some alone. We stopped one time at a rest area for brunch , and gave Zoey a run. She was 'watching for snakes' and didn't want to get off the pavement. The rest area had the snake signs, also had a corral for people to rest their horses in. I guess we will see more of those as we go, but that was a first for us. We went thru Raton, following Mona's instructions on the gps, going north on a small two lane road. The usually brown ...
... in the Civil War and the Indian Wars. At one time it was the largest fort west of the Mississippi. With the arrival of the railroad in the 1880s the Santa Fe Trail lots its importance and so did the fort along with it. It was eventually abandoned in 1891 after 40 years of operation.
The fort suffered from neglect for the next ...
... of the desert. I had worried about the cold of the Rocky mountains but the cogniscenti talked repeatedly about the wind of Oklahoma.
Fast forward an hour and we’re out of the forest and onto the plain. We're not yet in Oklahoma but we are into the wind. Again. This time is is a strong cross wind mixing with a head wind -at a wind speed of around 25-30 miles per hour. It lasted for 45 miles. It was so dispiriting to have ...
... forts were built on the site, each being larger and better built that the previous, the last being the largest in the southwest, with a contingent of soldiers and civilians of about 2,500. The fort played an important role in both the Civil War and the operations against the Indians. When the railroad replaced the Santa Fe Trail as the principal way of moving goods the usefulness of ...