Quality Inn And Suites Gallup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... were all closed. In fact, darn near everything we saw was closed, or just plain closed up.
On the route I spotted the train depot. It had a sign out front that said it was the Gallup Cultural Center, but I was sure it was also the train depot. We stopped so I could reminisce about coming through here on the train. When we pulled in we saw the sign that said Amtrak Station. Cool. We got out and walked to the rail side of the depot and there ...
I woke up and had eggs and bacon for free then went to Shell to get gas for $44.17. Next stop, the Grand Canyon!
"A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike. And all plans, safeguards, policing, and coercion are fruitless. We find that after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us." - John Steinbeck
Writing this at 11.30pm 5th October 2014 at El Rancho Motel, Gallup New Mexico, USA.
We got up in the morning in Ardmore Oklahoma and headed south into Texas. We decided to leave the roof up on the Mustang as it's no fun at all at 70mph on the busy, dusty freeway. The further south we drove, the hotter it was getting outside, at one point the car's thermometer read 99 degrees. We eventually arrived in Dallas at around 10am. We had heard that the Sixth ...
... any other place AND you had to buy a ‘photo pass’ if wanted to take ANY pictures in the community. It almost felt like the town was trying to keep any non-Zunis from ever visiting.
We left Zuni kind of disappointed and went east to Ramah. It was a bit past lunch time so I wanted to stop at the only café in town, which did NOT look too good from the outside. However, I’ve eaten hamburgers in enough ‘little ...
... to drive another two hours. We continued on and passed a couple more Indian Casinos as well as large Indian trading posts (I.e souvenier shops selling Indian made goods) - the Continental Divide Indian market at 7275ft near the top of the range just before leaving New Mexico, then the Tomahawk trading post run by the Navajo's inside a large concrete tipi just over the border in Arizona. I looked in both of these for some small gifts to bring home but found ...