La Quinta Inn Farmington

Address: 675 Scott Ave., Farmington, New Mexico, 87401, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 675 Scott Ave., Farmington, is near Farmington Museum, Pinon Hills Golf Course, Aztec Museum and Pioneer Village, and B-Square Ranch.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Farmington

    A long and winding road = 126

    A travel blog entry by twofortheroad on Feb 19, 2013

    5 comments, 6 photos

    ... and all, on a icy, one-lane, pothole riddled "road" for about 26 miles. Keep in mind that it was 26 miles going at about an average of 15 mph. We drove up and down inclines of about 6% at some points and through rickety old bridges that were barely wide enough for the truck. The worst part about it all was that it was about 9:30 at night and we couldn't see anything around us. There was just enough of a silhouette of the mountains ...

    Dirt Roads and Wildflowers!

    A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Jul 28, 2012

    18 photos

    ... time and you're still hungry, you can even get seconds! Once everyone is finished eating, the cowboy show starts. Gary, Matt, Joel, and Richard (and Cy for part of the time) put on an excellent show full of cowboy songs, fiddle tunes, and comedy, ending with a patriotic finale!

    After the show, we drove here to Bloomfield, to spend the night before heading back to Albuquerque in the morning.


    Night 23: Up America's Stairs

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 12, 2012

    15 photos

    ... reservations, it would be a long night of driving so I tuned into the satellite radio talk shows and drive on, hoping to avoid skinwalkers. I did almost hit an unidentified loose animal on the road, but it was probably a dog and NOT a shape-shifting witch.

    The road passes through mostly flat country so the sunset and views were great until night fell in. The Dimeh people used the land fir ranching mostly. A handful if tiny trailer communities dotted the roadside here ...

    Ruins, a Shiprock, and the Animas River

    A travel blog entry by scoonpooh on Jul 23, 2011

    18 photos

    ... the crusty old man who ran it was very nice and had most of his front yard filled with a model train. Inside his office was hundreds of small models of everything military. Plus, we got a pull through site with full hook-ups for $20. Not bad.

    After lunch Pooh and Quique stayed back in the RV while I took a small road trip to this place called Shiprock. It was about 30 miles east of Farmington. Shiprock is this 1,800 ft. tall plug of ancient lava that sticks out ...

    Navajo Nation

    A travel blog entry by pat_maggie on May 27, 2011

    3 photos

    ... issued commodities. They thus created fry bread. (I found this history on a genealogy forum).
    It is deep fried and used for tacos, hamburgers...etc. We enjoyed it as an afternoon treat, one sprinkled with powdered sugar and the other with cinnamon. I can't wait for tomorrow when we can indulge some more.

    Tomorrow's plan is a 3 hour drive into Arizona and Utah to spend the day in Monument Valley.