Quality Inn & Suites

Address: 1496 E Santa Fe Ave, Grants, New Mexico, 87020-4008, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 1496 E Santa Fe Ave, Grants, is near El Malpais National Monument and New Mexico Museum of Mining.
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        Travel Blogs from Grants

        19. Grants to Silver City (6 days, 275 miles)

        A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Oct 14, 2014

        76 photos

        ... fields - something we've never seen before - through pine, piñon and juniper forests, and then barren desert, where we set up camp on the side of the trail. In 63 miles, we have seen no water, and there is none at our camp spot despite the creek marked on the map. Fortunately, we've carried enough to cook dinner and breakfast, and get us to the next water source 12 miles away. We're pretty excited about tomorrow: it's a short day at only 28 miles and we end in Pie ...

        On the Road Again!

        A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 16, 2014

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... whose air-con is much louder, but continues to cool the room. Lots of huge muddy trucks parked here.

        We planned to visit El Malpais National Monument before dinner, but ended up going in the wrong entrance for the things we wished to visit – the Bandera Crater Ice Caves and the lava tubes. Yes, who would have thunk it –there have been eruptions many moons ago here and it has re-vegetated quite well, but there are large areas still ...

        Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, Bat Cave!

        A travel blog entry by mrgrosskopf on Sep 01, 2014

        1 comment, 16 photos

        ... minutes and then we turned around and began our exit of the junction Cave.

        As mentioned earlier there were only two caves we could access due to having an RV. The second one was called Xenolith Cave and it was .7 miles away from Junction Cave. We made the small hike over and noticed there was actually a third cave called Bat Cave. Not even kidding, Diana and I saw the Bat Cave! Sadly, no one is allowed into the bat cave in an effort to preserve the active habitat for ...

        Route 66 - Flagstaff to Grants

        A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 13, 2014

        ... turns. The winds pick up and I feel the car struggle against the wind. I slow down and there are tumbleweeds that cross the road in front of me (true story). The rains get very **********e section and I have to pull over to the next exit, I can barely see the road in front of me and the winds are scaring me. Hinesh and I switch and before we get back onto the freeway we stop for cheap petrol. After getting petrol though, ...

        Sedona, AZ

        A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jun 24, 2014

        3 comments, 4 photos

        ... the park was a former excavated Pueblo village from between 1210-1380, that archeologists believe housed about 200 people. There visible on the rocks were several petroglyphs. Later in the part, at a location called Newspaper Rock, a huge number of petroglyphs were visible using the telescopes the park service installed. We ended our drive through the park by stopping at Crystal Forest, a petrified forest that used to house a large number of quartz crystal. All over the ...