Days Inn Roswell
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Roswell
I messed up dates on original reservation at the Best Western, and had to stay at this Days inn. All is good, typical of a 2-3 star hotel.
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Woke up to a clear morning after last nights showers. The Sandia Mountains were covered with snow that we couldn't see last night when we arrived in the dark! We got to sleep in this morning and started our day by visiting a few Breaking Bad film locations here in town. We saw the Carwash, Walter Whites house, Jesse's House, Jane and Jesse's …
... Albuquerque on Saturday afternoon.
We'll be packing up a bit for the drive north to Albuquerque, a run of about three hours for us. According to Rich, there are only two turns on the entire length. We've experienced such as we've driven across Texas a couple of times... We have a VRBO house rented there and will spend a week exploring there and in the Santa Fe area. More ...
... and thought to myself "If I was president, at least I would be in a position to know once and for all!". They even have posters of several movies about the Roswell crash. Leave it to Hollywood to milk anything until there's nothing left to tell and then do it a couple more times anyway!
So, here's where I knew for sure that they had a sense of humor because they had a wall of just humorous stuff about the whole alien thing. Pretty ...
... got back on the road to Roswell. I finally get into Roswell in the evening and choose the Crane Motel as my stop for the night. Not the seediest place I have ever stayed though. Tired and hungry so, time to get the lodging setup and some food in my belly! The Crane Motel is a very old, cheap motel but they keep it clean and it is pretty quiet as best as I can tell. I figured what the heck; I don't need a fancy place, just a nice quiet air-conditioned ...
... that I'm obviously not going to solve this mystery today so head out to Toddzilla's Mobile Restaurant (#1 in Roswell according to Tripadvisor) for my first hamburger since I left New York. It's a rather messy concoction with grilled jalapeno's and lots of cheese and the most memorable thing about it is that the chef himself uses a megaphone to announce when your order is ready and likes to scribble a personal message on the box.
Albuquerque, here we come.