Super 8 Farmington East
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Kate had been with me for about a week and it was now time for her to catch her flight out of Durango. We set off early to ensure that we arrived with plenty of time, only to be informed by Emmy Lou (our US SatNav) that the airport was another 4 million miles out of town. Thankfully we arrived while they were still calling the flight, and …
... at least 10) all along the way, and not in a group…one at a time, mile after mile. I couldn’t help but wonder about why this rather desolate stretch of road was so populated (as in more than just the occasional one or two) with folks looking for a ride.
I reached the Four Corners Monument, where there were only a handful of other folks like me visiting this geographical curiosity…if you’re traveling from ...
... was fresh and crisp. Really beautiful. Our ice has held up well in the cooler since leaving the oven that was Lubbock. Our lunch was nuts, fruit and some ice cold yogurt.
I didn't want to rush our time at Bandelier, but couldn't help but wonder if we would make it as far as I had hoped today because it was a really long drive. There was a great deal of time spent on winding mountain which made for slow progress. We passed through several Indian ...
... highway and we weren't able to stop to take pics. For the most part we traveled the most scenic routes in each state, the ones that are dotted in the atlas. I very much recommend getting off the Interstate, taking the back roads and seeing what beauty there is in the good old U S of A.
Perhaps the hilight for me turned out to be a somewhat unexpected one. Reconnecting with an old friend that, though we're ...
... 4 ladders and multiple sets of stair that take you up an impressive 140’. And I mean straight up. I’m not big on heights, so I really had to pep talk myself into making the climb and I will readily admit that my legs were shaking as I descended. Since I sit here typing this, you can tell that I did not ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Farmington East
For me Farmington was a cheap alternative to Durango. This motel was perfectly nice, and well priced. The staff were friendly and the breakfast was good. It was well positioned next to a Walmart, and far enough from the highway to remain quiet. I would stay there again if in town.
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