The Lodge

Address: 1914 West Third St., Winslow, Arizona, 86047, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 1914 West Third St., Winslow, is near Standin' on the Corner Park, Rainbow Forest, Spider Rock, and Rock Art Canyon Ranch.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Winslow

La Posada

A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... 8217;t seem very promising, but this hotel is a gem that should be treasured. Here’s a bit of the history:

Architect Mary Colter was hired by the Fred Harvey Company in 1903 to design fine hotels, restaurants and gift shops along the Santa Fe Railway. La Posada opened in 1930, at the start of the Great Depression, and never prospered. It closed to the public in 1957. In 1959 it’s museum-quality furnishings ...

Roswell To Winslow Via The Back Roads

A travel blog entry by leonardgrill on Jun 09, 2014

5 comments, 11 photos

A long day on the road with frequent but rewarding stops to take in the local sights. First stop was the the Lincoln State Historic site in the central New Mexico. This was where the Lincoln County war took place and also where Billy the Kid was captured and then escaped. I have a photo for a bullet hole he left in the ...

A big impressive crater .......

A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Apr 17, 2014

5 photos

... 1960 that later research by Eugene Merle Shoemaker confirmed Barringer's hypothesis. The key discovery was the presence in the crater of the minerals coesite and stishovite, rare forms of silica found only where quartz-bearing rocks have been severely shocked by an instantaneous overpressure. Shoemaker's ...

Standin' on a corner in Winslow Arizona...

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Nov 01, 2013

13 photos

... we were at the edge of a spectacular canyon. Just incredible.

Throughout the day we watched many long trains travel through the area. Each of these trains had double decker containers and multiple truck trailers on them. I mention this because each of these trains probably take the place of 1000 trucks on the road, yet the interstate has so many trucks. America would be gridlocked without ...

Now You See Them and Now You Don't

A travel blog entry by rmwright on Oct 02, 2013

27 photos

... the picture the rooms are quite small, maybe 6x8. They believe this Pueblo would have been 3 stories high in some sections. The number of people living there was not mentioned. You will also see there was a center courtyard and in the middle was the Kiva (church and social center). Some of you may remember the Kivas from the Anasazi in Colorado which were all round. These in this area were rectangular, but built the same way with half being underground and ...