Super 8 Rio Rancho
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... they both kept falling asleep and when they awoke would restart or rewound the movie. I believe that there was the numeral '300' in the title, thus I am calling this 300 squared.
A Mystery Hotel
The cabs did not know our place but in a town of thousands of hotels and resorts that is not surprising. Our hotel also catered to tourists from China so not the obvious choice for a trio of ...
- check- a must have for those wild creatures I am sure to meet
- check - just in case I meet those wild creatures (see above)
- check- to beat off the wild creatures (ditto above)
I guess that I am ready and to close with another song: "I'm off to see the wizard, the wonderful wizard of ...
... a few miles until we could get onto Central Avenue, Route 66. One of the first attractions is the giant lumberjack atop the May Cafe. It was a 'rescue' from Duke City Lumber. Further along was the Aztec Motel; it is now resting in motel heaven. The campus of the University of New Mexico is situated on Central Avenue on the north ...
... I went back to the hotel. We didn't need to leave until 3:30 for today's venue so I had plenty of time to just chilled out in the room, watch a film & do a little workout. Tonight's venue was at the highest altitude for the tour. It was at just over 7000feet above sea level. You could really tell that the air was thinner as quite of the guys had to have a puff of oxygen. Even I was out of breath at one ...
... passed a ghost town, a REAL ghost town, that was more to look at than anything seen on 66 up to that point. We will be adjusting our route trip to leave Route 66 behind.
We were almost to our stopping place for the day and by then we were passing fields with tall green sorghum that looks a lot like corn; plowed and seeded fields, and home developments looking much like the Midwest. Before we stopped for the day, we visited the Cadillac Ranch. ...