Rodeway Inn Farmington

Address: 1601 East Broadway, Farmington, New Mexico, 87401, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1601 East Broadway, Farmington, is near Farmington Museum, Pinon Hills Golf Course, Aztec Museum and Pioneer Village, and B-Square Ranch.
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        Travel Blogs from Farmington

        Day 21 - Roswell, NM to Farmington, NM, USA

        A travel blog entry by chavarriaz on Aug 26, 2014

        36 photos

        ... pace since my GPS says I'll end up in the same place anyway.

        No sooner am I on this new road, then the scenery changes. I go from total nothingness everywhere to trees upon trees, I stop at a historical marker and notice this is the first historical marker I have seen honoring a woman so I've got to get a picture of that. Other things are different on this new road. I get close to Lamy, NM and find the New Mexico Girls Ranch; I guess the girls ...

        Chimney Rock National Monument

        A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Sep 15, 2013

        ... which she uses to make a chokecherry pancake syrup for her restaurant. I helped her pick some berries as I chatted with her. Raw chokecherries aren't very good to eat so I didn't bother trying any.

        A little further down the road I came across a roadside stand where someone was selling jerky and pinyon pine nuts. I've been curious what pinyon pine nuts taste like so I stopped to get some. He was selling them raw and ...

        A long and winding road = 126

        A travel blog entry by twofortheroad on Feb 19, 2013

        5 comments, 6 photos

        ... of the journey, Erica and I decided to see if we could make it to the Jamez Hot Springs in the Sante Fe national forrest (at about 8 at night mind you). That whole adventure is a story in itself; we couldn't find where anything was, we started to walk the trail but the enterance was plastered with signs about what to do if you come in contact with a bear or a cougar (which really put Erica in the mood for some night hiking through ...

        Night 23: Up America's Stairs

        A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 12, 2012

        15 photos

        ... the smell or record it.

        We left Zion and continued down scenic Hwy 9 beside the cliffs and the mountains. We left the road to visit Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. Dunes of bright vermillion sands have been left in the desert here by nature. Andrew and I climbed one. The sand was extrenely soft and sticky and red hot from the desert sun. It was even softer than the white sand of Pensacola Beach in Florida. In the valleys of the dunes were patches of neon green ...

        Aztec ruins

        A travel blog entry by catndeano on Nov 12, 2011

        7 photos

        ... doorways. However, we don't believe that the people were that small, they just built them that way to reduce the cold. Ingenious really! This is one of the only sites that these ruins have roofs on and also a reconstructed kiva - usually believed to be a ceremonial room. We left Aztec around 11am and headed north to Colorado.