Tristar Inn Xpress
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... window. We walked out onto the front porch and noticed that the cloud base had dropped, it had started to rain and there appeared to be a huge monsoon rainstorm heading up from the south.
The rain was incredible, torrential and non-stop for what seemed like an hour.Tucumcari mountain, which is just under a mile from Mon's house, was completely cloaked in rain and 6th street was drenched in 6 inches of fast flowing water. Mon's house was now a riverside residence!
... although thankfully less hairy!) and two cups of coffee. As we made our way back to the motel room to check-in on mum, who was suffering the effects of her 6,000 calorie marathon, we spotted another cool moth! The monsoon rains really have brought out some interesting wildlife.
After composting our breakfast for while we decided to head into town for a spot of route 66 sightseeing, first stop was the Teepee curios shop. The Teepee is a lovely ...
... wishing we'd brought some paint, when a passer-by answered our prayers by giving us some left over from her artistic efforts. We found a suitable spot and daubed "Werry Honeymoon 2014", encircling it in a big red heart for added effect. And there it will remain for all eternity. More likely is that it was covered by other people's efforts by the end of the day, or even five minutes later, but for that fleeting moment we made our mark on it. (It's ...
... gdzie po drodze go odbierzemy. Tak wieczorem, znowu zyskując godzinę na granicy Arizony dodarliśmy do malowniczego miasteczka Holbrook. Trochę zmęczeni nie poszliśmy zaraz spać. Jeszcze małe przyjęcie w naszym pokoju, bo to nasza pierwsza dwunasta rocznica ślubu w Ameryce. Ps: Serdecznie dziękujemy wszystkim, którzy z tej okazji przesłali nam życzenia. To bardzo ...
... ve arrived in Tucumcari, New Mexico where we will spend the night and figure out the next few days. I wandered up and down our street in Tucumcari (is the name made for a song??). Now almost a ghost town. Three out of four establishments closed. The whole place is decked out for the Route 66 tourists, but, apparently the freeway came in a few years ago and now nobody stops and the place is dying. Too bad. Just a tired, worn down feeling about the ...