Super 8 Farmington East

Address: 4751 Cortez Way, Farmington, New Mexico, 87401, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 4751 Cortez Way, Farmington, is near Pinon Hills Golf Course, Farmington Museum, Aztec Museum and Pioneer Village, and B-Square Ranch.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Farmington East

Reviewed by farnie10

Nothing wrong with this

Reviewed Sep 8, 2013
by (19 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

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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TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Farmington East

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Farmington

Day 46: Tusayan, AZ to Farmington, NM

A travel blog entry by drat9191 on Nov 12, 2013

37 photos

... a number of private-car-accessible canyon viewpoints, providing a final taste of the “relentless awesomeness”, and then exits the park. Proceeding up into northeastern Arizona, there’s not a whole lot in the way of civilization except for the occasional (very) small town, but the terrain is interesting: plateau, rock formations, and occasional mountains (or rock formations in the shape of mountains).

Along the ...

Day 20

A travel blog entry by ferrao on Jun 23, 2013

7 photos

... in Namibia was the greater canyon. But, as the low sun stretched the shadows, we came upon a stunning section of the canyon that made it all worthwhile; the path was not paved, there were no safety rails, and we had it all to ourselves. It was magnificent. We sat on a ledge, dangling our feet over the edge, and soaked up the dessert: the sight of it, the sound of it, the smell of it - the feel of it. Dinner was a mediocre affair in a restaurant ...

Four Corners Area

A travel blog entry by alexd3 on Oct 05, 2012

13 photos

... Aztec and Durango (both in Colorado).
One of the many United States National Parks of the Four Corners region, Aztec Ruins
preserves the remains of a large pueblo village. A short trail winds through the ruins,
allowing you to stoop through low doorways into the site and between the old walls.
Here are some phots of the Durango area. The yellow trees are aspens.
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Rest and a Parade...

A travel blog entry by angelosone on Jul 04, 2012

3 photos

So, we might have missed the big ol' fireworks back in NYC, but we did get to experience a small town celebration...with a min parade and some local fireworks. It was a fun little night, with the parade people constantly throwing candy at us bystanders.
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Ruins, a Shiprock, and the Animas River

A travel blog entry by scoonpooh on Jul 23, 2011

18 photos

... not as good as the one in Durango. This is a poorer town, but it is nice that they are able to have this. One observation we made on the trail and at the festival was how overweight most people were. I’ve always derided how our poor people could be so big, but then that is the way our food production works in America – the cheapest food is the junk food, while healthy food is more expensive. We should give tax subsidies to healthy food instead of bad food ...