Super 8 Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so we added that into this leg of the journey. As fate would have it, we rolled in on Taco Tuesday! Heaven is all that can be described here. With full bellies we continued on our BB Tour to the Crossroads Motel where Jesse Pinkman was a constant guest. They actually hung a sign outside of the motel that stated we had to pay to take pictures. Luckily, it only cost $1 but still lame. Stop #4, one of the coolest ones we both agreed, was the laundromat ...
... in the middle of the paddock. We walk out to the cars and take a few photos and Glenn finds a can and starts to spray his name. We have all left our mark at the Cadillac Ranch in Texas. Onward now to Adrian, the midpoint of Route 66. We are half way! We stop for photos and souvenirs at the cafe and then back on the road. Our mission now is to find a laundry as we have accumulated a bit of washing after staying state parks for the last couple of ...
... the one, the only, Devil's Rope Museum - a Tribute to Barbed Wire. . What can one say about barbed wire that hasn't been said? I have no idea, but you can certainly find out here. Along with a giant rattlesnake. .
Well, as you might imagine, all this barbed wire got me hungry ...
... campground which has water only. Primitive sites are available right around the lake. There are also two other areas for camping the Pecos River campground with no hookups and the Eastside Campground that has electric but it is a first come first serve. The Pecos Campground was nice looking down on the lake with shelters for the picnic tables but the Eastside campsites are closer to the water but no showers. The ...
... about the size of a Solivita retention pond…well maybe a little bigger, but blue and clear, and the town’s little cool spot in the middle of the desert. And we explored the golf course, which was no Grey Hawk, but a course carved out of the desert and played by the locals.
When we got back to our room, it began to storm. The wind was strong, and the rain poured down as we worked on plans for our time in ...