Super 8 Motel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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A meander through old villages took us north toward Las Vegas, New Mexico. Not to be confused with the gambling mecca of Nevada, this ...
... and instead left with two bags of soup, one banana (which Leela later stuffed into a gopher? rattlesnake? Hole), one avocado and one burrito. The avocado and the burrito were the best I've ever tasted (that I can remember!) and now on our way to Santa Fe, we stopped at a diner off 25' the best quiche I've ever tasted! What is it New Mexico?! Why is your food so good? Would it be because it comes from the earth? Day four on the road and I already feel my stomach and soul being ...
... who applied the mud. A quick, surrepetitious count indicated well over a hundred crutches. Curiously enough, there were no other disability aids on display. I suggested to Mrs Henry that these were probably resold by the adjacent, inevitable gift shop. Mrs Henry snorted and made her way over to the shop. “You might pick up a pair of nice sunnies”, I called after her, but she came back with a tiny, decorated steel box with a hinged cover filled with, you guessed ...
... but ready to join with this group again.
One highlight for us on the way home............As we had just left the park, there was a snake stretched out on the road obviously sunning. Braked and Robert got out to take pictures and help encourage the snake to GET OFF THE ROAD! Finally got the snake off the road because, alas, we do not feel everyone would feel the same way we did about that encounter with nature!
... you about him. The paintings are rather interesting--the big one over the bar has quite a sense of humor.
The lunch was also excellent. I had a grilled roast beef and Swiss cheese sandwich with roasted red pepper. I would definitely eat there again, and I'm likely to recreate the sandwich at home!
After lunch, we went off to the National Park to learn about a Pueblo that was established in the mid-15th century and ...