Super 8 Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I took a small hwy 160 eastbound and that eventually turned south crossing into New Mexico. About 10 miles into NM we also crossed the continental divide. The divide separates the water basins of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, stated more clearly water on each side of the demarcation line drains into its respective ocean.
While we are talking about oceans, I have yet another rant! I know you came here looking to regaled with tales of derring-do from a road warrior but ...
... shake and I had a chocolate caramel shake served in a classic glass cup with whipped cream on top - perfect. The menu was a classic diner menu with the likes of burgers, onion rings, hot dogs, meat loaf, sundaes, cobblers and a whole page dedicated to milk shakes.
We found a campground somewhere off route 66 in the New Mexico desert. Our surroundings looked like a wild wild west film, which made for a great place to ...
... somewhat gaudy and over the top. There is accommodation on site that look like old western saloons, especially the swing doors that go through to the bathroom. There are big statues and big signs. Down the back is a horse hotel. You can book lodging for your horse to stay just like you do. There is a lot of horse riding trails in Texas through the canyons and the cowboys do still ride horses on the ranches. In fact just down the road from where we are ...
... into our night stop of Santa Rosa easily before 7. People have recommended the lakes, so we'll try and find them maybe in the a.m. We had to ride to a couple of motels rather than booking ahead as I've not had any phone reception since entering New Mexico, hopefully a momentary blip, as we may be diverting off route66 for a day or so to see Monument Valley and it'll mean a few nights in NM. it'll eat up a day or two off the route, but hopefully be worth ...
... off my list. Been there.
We stopped in Santa Rosa for the night. Santa Rosa is a town right out of the 50’s. It was an oasis in the dessert on the old Route 66. And much of it has not been updated from time back then. We drove around to take in the sights. We visited the Blue Hole where the water is 81 feet deep and kids dive off the rocks and into the pool which is a constant 61 degrees. And Santa Rosa has ...