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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we headed out of Albuquerque, and on the way out snapped photos of our last points of interest on the Route here, including a large metal dragon. There was lots of driving today, but at higher speeds given a large chunk of the road has disappeared under the Interstate 40 freeway. We took the exits where the road existed to catch glimpses of some interesting buildings/signs, including an old stone house in Paraje while still in New Mexico. A couple of ...
... in Holbrook which are listed in the Route 66 books and talked about on the websites. They are "Romo's" and "Joe and Aggie's". We chose "Joe and Aggie's" as they had a small parking lot and we were able to thread our rig in it. We went inside and the place was full of threadbare booths, a broken juke box, and a few regulars eating in the back. You look up dive in the dictionary...and it had a pic of the interior of this place. Then ...
... but was founded in 1881 when the first Santa Fe railway rumbled through, calling itself "The Gateway to Indian Country" because its the largest town near the Navajo and other Native American reservations of the Four Corners Region.
Sean, Karl,Vicki and Julie went off to have dinner at the El Rancho hotel which is an old hotel built in the 1930's and we were told had been restored. All of the rooms in the old wing have been named after the movie stars who have stayed ...
... up with gas called out to us " go into Popeye's, everything is free!" Not exactly sure what he was talking about, we said thanks and went inside. Off to one side is a Popeyes fast food restaurant. All of a sudden we were inundated with people welcoming us and ushering us up to the counter to order food. It's a chicken place, along the lines of KFC but with a Cajun twist. All the food is free as they were training their staff ready for the official opening tomorrow. They ...
... up considerably since we arrived. At this park they offer a BBQ between 5 and 7pm and ice cream and cobbler from 7pm to 8pm. There is a lovely covered outdoor area with lights where all of this takes place. It's a great idea as we are a bit out of town. It's a shame we couldn't partake but it was nice on the other hand to have a meal out. Today was a day of pleasant surprises especially the landscapes and scenery that we have enjoyed. Goodnight Harvey ...