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This motel on the old Route 66 was a real find. Our room was very clean and decorated with a lot of south-west character. The breakfast was simple, but the food was all very real with great coffee and scrambled eggs. There are trains in...More
As we wanted to stay at a real motel on rt 66 we chose this based on trip advisor ratings at first when we were checking in was a little sketchy
But we got our rooms and they were great very clean lots of great...More
This mom and pop motel, close to Petrified Forest National Park, is really quite exemplary. Typical on the outside, it is extraordinary on the inside, uniquely decorated with so many amenities that you would not expect in a $100 motel. The hosts personally escort you...More
I normally stay in big-name hotels, so I was initially cautious of this place. Rest assured (no-pun intended), this place is great. parking isn't necessarily right in front of the door but adequate. The rooms are exactly what you want when staying off Route 66....More
We were on a major road trip from Texas to the Grand Canyon and back by way of Roswell and Carlsbad Caverns. It was time to stop for the night, and Holbrook was it for several miles. I pulled up TripAdvisor and saw that this...More
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I love the sound of trains, so I had the window open. The crossing is down the road so the horn won't wake you up. You can hear it go by but that is part of the Route 66 experience and charm. BNSF Railroad (Burlington... More
I love the sound of trains, so I had the window open. The crossing is down the road so the horn won't wake you up. You can hear it go by but that is part of the Route 66 experience and charm. BNSF Railroad (Burlington Northern Santa Fe) is a 24 hour operation.
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