- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Tono which apparently comes from the Cherokee word for thunder. We saddled up and descended into the canyon where the wind was almost nonexistent.
The ride was set at a gentle pace as we descended into the canyon. I couldn't believe how responsive Yahtzee was, a gentle touch with the reins on either side of his neck and he would turn left or right. A click of the heels and he would speed up, although I was using that control sparingly, to the point I ...
... directed us back along the I40 east for eight miles then we took an exit crossed over the I40 and went back the way we came on the west carriageway for eight miles. The satnav voice is a nice young lady, Pauline shouted at the device ‘it’s obvious that she’s not paying for the petrol, what a joke get yourself sorted dear’.
Time for a dip in the pool to chill I think for ...
... the food.......
We ordered a "cheese crisp", which they are known for. It's a tortilla, cheese and chile sauce concoction.....and it was damn good. For a meal, I ordered a stuffed sopapilla....which I had never heard of before, and Laurie ordered some other Mexican dish. I food porned facebook when it arrived at the table. The food was superb.....every last bite. The stuffed sopapilla was so big I had the rest of it for ...
... 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 ...
... the town was bypassed but in 1988 it was reopened. The office was closed but we walked around the tepees. Parked out front of each of them was an old car, looked like pretty basic accommodation but like such a lot of these towns the folks will try any gimmick to stay alive and keep the tourist dollar coming in. While on the lookout for a lunch stop its a bit limited as we are on the open road so we stop at a servo to see whats on offer. As we approach the entrance, a ...